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new england 
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240 Early Vital Records of Colrain, Mass. [Oct. 

EARLY VITAL RECORDS OF COLRAIN, MASS. 

FfcOM A MAND8CRIIT IN TIIK POSSESSION OK TIIK NkW BMOLAMB HISTORIC 

QlNMALOOICAL SoriKTY 

Thk plantation of Colrain, Mass., was incorporated as a town 
in 1761, being then in Hampshire County. In 1811, with twenty- 
three other towns, it was set off from Hampshire County to form 
Franklin County. The following records relating to the early 
families of Colrain were copied in 1888 from the town records by 
William O. Taylor of Shclburne FalLs, Mass., and were presented 
by him to the New England Historic Genealogical Society in 1890. 
In printing these records the customary abbreviation! have been 
used for the names of the months, and present-day punctuation 
has been supplied. 

[Children of] Edward and Sally Adams. 
Luscba, born Dec. 29, 1793. 
Elsa, M Apr. 13, 1790. 
Orel), " Sept. 2, 1801. 

(Children of] John and Margaret Anderson.* 
Hannah Kately, born Apr. 28, 1752. 
John " " 1753. 

Mary, " Oct. 20, 1755. 

James, " Oct. 3, 1757. 

Rebecca, " Sept. 3, 1759. 

David, " Apr. 10, 1760. 

Lydia, '" May 15, 1763. 

Elizabeth, " Jan. 15, 1765. 

Jonathan, u Mar. 17, 1767. 

Margaret, " May 16, 1769. 

[Child of] Thomas and Mary Anderson. 
William, born Oct. 1, 1751. 

[Children of] Ruscl and Betsey Avery. 

Eliza, born Jan. 16, 1798, at Groton, Ct. 
Eunice, " July 17, 1800, " 
Sabra, " July 23, 1S02. 

[Children of] Lieut. Samuel and Phebc Avery. 
Lucy Ann, born Dec. 18, 1S16. 
Phebc Ward, " Aug. 4, ISIS. 
Samuel Clark, " Dec. 16, 1S20. 

[Children of] Samuel and Martha Ayrcs. 
Mary, born June 14, 1744. 
Martha, " June 23, 1746. 
David, " Nov. 28, 1752. 

[Children of] David and Jean Ayrcs. 

Mary, born Mar. S, 177S. 
Margaret, " Dec. 29, 1779. 
Jean, " May 29, 1782. 

David, " T u i y 12, 17S4. 

John Dix, " Sept. 9, 1786. 
Samuel, " Dec. 25, 17SS, d. Aug. 11, 1790. 

'They removed to Sbelburne, Maw. 



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Martha, " Sept. 11, 1791. 
Hatta, " Jan. 17, 179-1. 

Benjamin, " Apr. 28, 1700. 

[Child of] Miles and Sarah Bailey. 
John, horn Dec. 28, 1771. 

[Children of] James und Jean Berry. 

Margaret, horn Nov. 3, 1742. 
James, u May 20, 1744. 

[Children of] Elias and Irena Bardwell. He died Oct. 20, 1818. 
Ira, born Mar. 11, 1787, d. Nov. 13, 1828. 

Dorothy, " Nov. 29, 1788, m. Pickett, she d. at C. 

Aug. 11, 18G5. 
Amos, " Nov. 20, 1792. 

Irena, " Feb. 25, 1798. T • 

Tryphena, " Feb. 25, 1798. 
Elias, " Nov. 11, 1800, d. Sept. 23, 1802. 

Baxter, " Sept. 12, 1803. 

Martha, " Nov. 21, 1809. 

[Children of] Amos and Minerva Bardwell. 
Helen, born Jan. 3, 182G. 
Frances, " July 1829. 

[Children of] Robert M. and Mary P. Bradley. 
Levantia, born Aug. 22, 1828. 
Ophelia, " July 14, 1830. 

[Child of] Joseph and Jennet Bell. 

Catherine, born Aug. 29, 1700. 

[Child of] William and Mahetable Banester. 
William, born Mar. 7, 1794. 

(Child of] Hugh and Martha Bolton. He died Nor. 15, 1774. 
Joseph, born Dec. 21, 1701. 

[Children of] Simeon and Sally Blanding. 
Sally, born Oct. 10, 1797. 
Simeon, " Apr. 11, 1799. 
Betsey, " Aug. 23, 1801. 
Willard, " May 28, 1S04. 
Whiten, " Jan. 28, 1800. 
Alanson, " Oct. 1, 180S. 
Lydia S., " May 25, 1810. 
William, " Oct. 27, 1812. 

[Children of] John and Martha Bolton. • 

Elizabeth, born Apr. 10, 1703. 
Hugh, " Aug. 10, 1708. 

Nancy, " Oct. 0, 1777. 

Rachel, " Jan. 1, 1771, in Bernardston, Mass. 

Thomas Bolton died Aug. 27, 1707. 
Ann " " " " " 

Children of John and Martha Bolton. 

[Children of] Matthew and Mary Bolton. 
William, born Oct. 30, 1705. 
Elizabeth, " June 10, 1700. 
Matthew, " Sept. 23, 17GS. 

[Child of] William and Nancy Bolton. He died Nov. 21, 1790. 
Nancy, born Apr. 30, 1797. 



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[Children of] Thomas and Phanucl Bolton. 
Betsey, born Sept 80, 1790. 
Jean " July 14, 1801. 

Fanny, " May 30, 1804. 

[Children of] John C. and Joanna Browning. 
Ix)uisa, born Sept. 1G, 1831. 
Fidelia, " Nov. 25, 1833. 

[Children of] Kbcnczer and Joanna Bryant. 
James Francis, born Mar. 19, 1799. 
Nancy, " Sept 7, 1801. 

Isaac S., " Nov. 26, 1803. 

Ebeneser, " June 19, lSOti. 

[Children of] Matthew and Jennet Clark. He died May 10, 1746. 
Margaret, born July 8, 1740. 
Sarah, " Sept. 12, 1742. 

Matthew, " Sept. 30, 1744. 

[Children ofl William and Mary Clark. 
Agnes, born Sept. 23, 1741. 
Jennet, " Aug. 12, 1743. 
Reuben, " Dec. 14, 1745. 

[Children of] Alexander and Sarah Clark. 
Alexander, born Aug. 11, 1741. 
Mary, " Feb. 6. 1744. 

[Children of] James and Mary Clark. 

Mary, born July 9, 1741. 

James, " Sept. 13, 1743. 

Asa, " Mar. 30, 1746. 

Esther, " May 16, 1750, at South Hadley. 

Elisha [? Elijah], " Feb. 26, 1754. 

[Child of] John* and Catherine Clark. 
Matthew, born July 11, 1742. 

[Children of] Samuel and Margaret Clark. 
Thomas, born May 14, 1744. 
Josiah, " Aug. 23, 1745. 
Samuel, " Aug. 19, 1750. 
Martha, " Jan. 1, 1747-8. 
Jerusha, " Mar. 13, 1754. 

[Children of] George and Alice Clark. 
Noah, born Jan. 17, 1744. 
Elijah, " Feb. 24, 1745-6. 

Susanna, " May 27, 1748. 
Eunice, " Sept. 10, 1750. 
Molly, " Feb. 25, 1753. 

Anna, " June 12, 1755. 

Ruth, " Oct. 12, 1757. 

Seth, " May 20, 1759. 

Hezekiah, " Oct. 23, 1762. ^ . 
Beulah, " Oct. 23, 1762. iwins ' 
John, " Mar. 16, 1767. 

[Children of] John and Elizabeth Clark. 
Matthew, born Sept. 29, 1750. 
Charles, " May 12, 1752. 

•He was of DecrBeld. Mem., and, according to the town record*, wu already deceased on 
July 11. 1742. 



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Nancy, " Apr. 7, 1754. 

Rebecca, " Nov. 12, 1755. 

Daniel, " May 7,1757. 

Marv, " July 15, 175'.). 

Hannah, " July 29, 1761. 

(Children of j William and Mary Clark. 
Esther, born Aug. 9, 17G5. 
Naomi, M Jan. 5, 1766. 
Jonas, " Feb. 7, 17G9. 

[Children of) Matthew and Jean Clark. 
Finnell, born Aug. 20, 1779. 
Philanda, " Mar. 2, 1782. 
Jean, " Mar. 2G, 1785. 

Lyrdamira, " May 14, 1788. 

[Children of) Noah and Sarah Clark. 

George, born Jan. 29, 1785, d. Jan. 3, 1790. 
William II., " May 3, 1787. 
Sarah, " Nov. 5, 1789. 

[Children of) John and Molly Clark. 

John Lyman, born June 7, 1798. 
Lewis, " June 16, 1800. 

[Children of) John, Jun., and Fanny Call. 
ba, born Dec. 22, 1785. 
Hannah, " Apr. 14, 1787. 
Levina, " Mar. 26, 1789. 
Eber, " July 14, 1791. 
Olive, " June 24, 1793. 

[Child of) Joseph and Ann Caldwell. 
Samuel, born May 21, 1772. 

[Children of] William and Anna Caldwell. She died Oct. 13, 1788. 
Fin well Stewart, born Nov. 22, 1777. 
Increse McGee, " Sept. 14, 1781. 
William, " Oct. 28, 1783. 

Joseph, " June 28, 1786. 

[Children of] William and Levina Caldwell. 
James Gilmore, born Jan. 29, 1794. 
John, " May 27, 1796. ■ 

Ann McGee, " July 28, 1802. 

[Children of] Joseph and Rachel Caldwell. 

Lavina, born Apr. 9, 1777. 

David, " Jan. 20, 1779. 

Joseph, " Feb. 14, 17S1, d. July 4, 1785. 

Jesse, " Mar. 12, 17S3, d. Aug. 20, 17S4. 

Rachel, " Aug. 30, 17S5. 

Anne, " July 14, 17S7. 

Betsey, " Aug. 13, 17S9. 

Achsah, " Aug. 16, 1791, d. Aug. 185S. 

Samuel, " Dec. 18, 1793. 

Harriet, " Nov. IS, 1795. 

Clarissa, " Mar. IS, 179S. 

Jonathan McGee, " Aug. 2, 1S00. 

Theodore, " Mar. 23, 1802. 

[Children of] Nathaniel and Ejther Carswell. 
Elizabeth, bora Jan. 19, 1754. 



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Abner, " May 13, 1755. 

Mary, " June 11, 1757. 

Relxscca, " Mar. 23, 1759. 

Eunice, " Feb. 24, 1761. 

David, " Mar. 6, 17G4. 

[Children of) Aaron and Jemima Cary. 
Zcnan, born Nov. 2G, 1782. 
Susanna, " June 20, 1783. 
Hannah " Nov. 10, 1787. 
Levi, " May 12, 1790. / 

Charlotte, " Nov. 15, 1797, d. Aug. 31, 1803. 

[Children of] James Chapman Cromach and Lydia. 
Lydia, born Apr. 11,1808. 
Charles, " Nov. 9, 1809. 

Sally, " July 13, 1812. 

Eunice, " Dec. 1, 1814. 

Emaransa, " Apr. 27, 1817. 

[Children of] Robert and Mary Cochran. 
Mary, born June 23, 1701 . 
Sarah, " Nov. 23, 17G3. 

[Children of] John and Sarah Cochran. 
John, born Oct. G, 17GG. 
Robert, " Dec. 11, 1768. 

[Children of] Clark and Nancy Chandler. 

John, born Feb. 8, 1792, d. Feb. 13, 1792. 

John, " Jan. 18, 1793. 

Nathaniel, " July 2, 1794, d. Apr. 10, 1795. 

Lydia, " Oct. 10, 1795, d. Feb. 17, 1797. 

Nancy, " Aug. 17, 179G. 

Lydia, " Aug. 13, 1797, d. Sept. 8, 1S03. 

Joseph H., " Mar. 24, 1799, d. May 5, 1799. 

Eliza G., " July G, 1S00. 

Maria A., " May 30, 1S01. 

Horatio N., " May 10, 1S02, d. Sept. 11, 1803. 

Horatio N., " Apr. 12, 1804. 

Rufus, " Apr. 3, 1805. 

Sophia, " Jan. 25, 1S0G, d. same day. 

Pamelia, " Nov. 20, 1S06. 

Sylvester, " Jan. 1, 1S08, d. Jan. 2, 1S08. 

Lydia H., " May 20, 1812. 

Lucretia A., " Aug. 15, 1814. 

Alexander, " Jan. 14, 1S16. 

Francis; " Dec. 1, 1816. 

[Child of] Joseph and Mary Davenport. 
Hannah, born Jan. 29, 1786. 

[Children of] Edward* and Betsey Davenport. She died 15, 1823. 

John, born Feb. 22, 1800. 



Patience, 
Electa, 
Joseph, 
Jonathan C, 
Sibel R., 



Feb. 19, 1S03. 
Sept. 2, 1S04. 
Sept. 25, 1S0G. 
July 6, 1806. 
Dec. 1, 1S09. 



•An obituary notice says that Rov. Ildward Davenport wu born at Dorchester. Mas*., Sept. 
6. 1774. Hi* parents settled La Colrain about 17S2. He died Dec. 8. 1863. (GaatU* and Covi**. 
Greenfield. Mass.) 



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Betsey, " Oct. 27, 1811. 




Joshua, * Apr. 25, 1814. 




Edward, " Mar. 6, 1816. 




Mary Ann, " Fob. 22, 1818, d. Aug. •':, 


IBM. 


Mary Ann, u May 25, 1823. 




[Children of] Daniel and Agnes Donclson. 




Daniel, born July 10, 1757. r ., . „ 
Agnes, u July 16, 1757. lwir " 






John, u Apr. 18, 1759. 




Matthew, " Aug. 23, 1761. 




Moses, " Aug. 7, 1703. 




(Children of] Reuben and Anna Donclson. 




Obed, born Sept. 24, 1791. 




Daniel, " Nov. 2G, 1793. 




Moses, " Nov. 28, 1790. 




Reuben, "« July 20, 1799. 




Diana, " Jan. 20, 1802. 




Anna, " June 19, 1804. 




Antis, " June 18, 1800. 




Reuel, " June 20, 1809. 








[Children of] Elijah and Margaret Fobes. 

Nancy, born Feb. 10, 1779. 

Ede Walbridge, " Aug. 20, 1781. 
[Children of] Thomas and Patience Fox. 

Thomas, born Aug. 24, 1792. 

Billy, " Sept. 12, 1794. 

[Children of] Robert and Hannah Fulton. 
Sarah, born Sept. 21, 1744. 
John, " Aug. 19, 1740. 

[Children of] William and Betsey Fulton. 

Andrew, born Apr. 5, 1782. 

William, " Sept. 3, 17S3. 
[Child of] Robert and Sarah Fulton. 

Eleazer E., born Feb. 28, 17S9. 

[Children of] Moses and Lydia Fulton. 

Sarah, born Aug. 19, 1778. 

Margaret, " Aug. 11, 1780. 

Lydia, " May 15, 17S2. 

By a 2nd wife, Martha, he had 

Daniel, born Mar. 5, 1784. 
[Children of] John and Sarah Green. 



Betsey, 


born May 13, 1783. 


Sarah, 


" May 23, 1785. 


James, 


u Apr. 24, 1787. 


Polly, 


" Mar. 3, 1789. 


Lydia, 


" Mar. 4, 1791. 


John, 


" May 10, 1793. 


elv, 


" Apr. 19, 1795. 


Nathaniel, 


" July 12, 1797. 



[Children of] Henry and Mary Gould. 
Henry born Mar. 2, 1774. 
W T illiam, " Dec. 9, 1775. 
Gideon, " Sept. 17, 1777. 

*Theae may b« the Donnelson children who were born and died at "Taylor's Fort" in Eaat 
Charlomont, during the Indian War. Small field stones still mark their grave*. 



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252 Early Vital Records of Colrain, ^fass. [Oct. 

Daniel, " June 20, 1779. 

David, " Sept. 1, 1781. 

Jonathan, " Aug. 17, 1783. 

Polly, " May 18, 1780. 

[Children of] Nathaniel and Mabel Guild. 

Jacob, born Nov. 25, 1794. 

James, " Oct. 5, 1790. 

Luther, " June 13, 1796. 
(Children of) Charles and Marv Handy. 

John M., born May 24, 1788. 



Achsah, 


" June 


30, 


1791. 


Charles, 


" June 


27, 


1793. 


Polly, 


" Mar. 


27, 


1795. 


Roswell, 


" July 


31, 


1797. 


Sarah, 


11 Dec. 


2, 


1799. 



[Children of] James and Sarah Ilarkncss. 
William, born Aug. 29, 1764. 
Martha, " Dec. 1G, 17GG. 

[Children] John and Martha Harroun. 
Mary, born Jan. 1, 1759. 
Elliott, " Oct. 17, 1761. 
Oliver, " Dec. 13, 1763. 

[Child of] David and Elizabeth Harroun. 
John, born Apr. 5, 1769. 

[Children of] John and Anna Harroun. 
David, born Sept. 12, 1792. 



Andrew S., 

John, 

Saloma, 

Samuel, 

Russell, 



Nov. 5, 1793. 
Sept. 30, 1795. , 
Aug. 14, 1797. 
June 26, 1799. 
Nov. 27, 1801. 

[Children of] David and Margarey Harroun. 
Levi McGee, born June 10, 1798. 
David, " Dec. 24, 1799. 

Eliza, " Oct. 30, 1S00. 

Nancy, " July 10, 1802. 

Wilder, " July 30, 1804. 

Maria, " Oct. 29, 1S06. 

[Child of] Robert and Sarah Hunter. 
William, born Apr. 19 1743. 

[Children of] Samuel and Joan Hunter. 
Margaret, born Nov. 4, 1751. 
Mary, " Mar. 17, 1753. 

John, " Mar. 22, 1754. 

Hugh, " May 1, 1759. 

[Child of] Hugh and Mary Henry. 

Benjamin, born May 12, 1742. 

[Children of] William and Isabel Henry. 
William, born Oct. 5, 1761. 
Mary, " Aug. 5, 1763. 
John, " Oct. 11, 1767. 

[Children of] Abijah and Thankful Holland. 

William, born Oct. 17, 1764, at Greenfield, Mass. 
Levina, ■ Oct. 2, 1766, " 



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Thankful, " May 11, 1768. 
Anna, " Feb. 16, 1770. 

[Children of J James and Eunice Holland. 

Martha, born Aug. 8, 1810. 

Mary A., " Feb. 12, 1S12. 

Oliver, " Jan. 2, 1814. 

David S., " Nov. 21, 1815. 

James, M Aug. 14, 1S17. 

Fanny P., " Nov. 11, 1819. 

[Children of) George and Experience Holmes. 
Experience, born Jan. 24, 1S03. 
George W., u Feb. 25, 1S05. 
BethW., * May 21, 1807. 

Horace, " June 1809. 

[Children of) Nathaniel and Anna Houghton. 
Oliver, born July 8, 1782. 
Thomas, " Apr. 9, 17S4. 

[Children of] John and Susanna Hulbard [sic, ? Hulbert]. 
Mary, born Feb. 4, 1761. 
John, " Feb. 10, 1763. 
Ann, " June 2, 17G5. 
James, " Aug. 9, 1767. 

[Children of] John and Louis Hulbert. 

Susa, born June 20, 1792, d. Mar/4, 1793. 

John, u Jan. 28, 1794. 

Mitty, " Nov. 21, 1795. 

Loring, " May 14, 1799. 

Anna, " Sept. 17, 1S01, d. 1S03. 

Luther, " Dec. 11, 1803. 

David, " Apr. 7, 180G. 

[Children of] James and Waty Hulbert. 
James, born Mar. 23, 1793. 
Luther, " Dec. 30, 1794, d. 1S03. 

Susannah, " Mar. 2, 1797. 
Waty, " Apr. 29, 1799, d. 1S03. 

Levi, " Nov. 8, 1801. 

Phebe, " Mar. 17, 1S04. 

Almira, " Aug. 20, 1806. 

[Children of] Isaac and Lydia Johnson. 
Jonathan, born Jan. 4, 1792. 
Danford, " Jan. 2, 1795. 

[Children of] Moses and Mercy Johnson. 

Thomas, born Feb. 6, 1774. 

Mime 2nd, " Dec. 18, 1777. 

Thomas, " Oct. 25, 1779. ™ . 

Moses, " Oct. 25, 1779. lwms ' 

Lemuel, " Jan. 23, 1782. 

[Children of] Stephen and Elizabeth Jones. 

Martha, born Mar. 5, 1763. 

David, " Feb. 23, 1767. 
[Children of] Silas and Sarah Kellogg. 

Silas, born Apr. 23, 1776. 

Joseph, " Jan. i2, 177S. 

Benjamin, " Feb. 2S, 1783. 



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(Children of] John and Rebecca Linn. 



Tolly, 


born Oct. 17, 1779. 


John, 


N 


Aug. 29, 1781. 


George, 


«( 


May 22, 17S3, d. Aug. 5, 1785. 


Joseph, 


<( 


Nov. 21, 1784. 


David, 


<( 


Sept. 20, 1786. 


Nathaniel, 


it 


Aug. 20, 1788. 


James, 


M 


Nov. 19, 1790. 


Nancy, 


n 


Oct. 20, 1792. 


Cyrus, 


<< 


Oct. 25, 1795. 


Sally, 


H 


Sept. 28, 1798. 


George, 


(< 


Sept. 30, 1800. 



[Children of] Andrew and Agnes Lukas. 
James, born Dec. 0, 1741. 
Mary, " July 21, 1746, Old Style. 
Agnes, " June 2, 1750. 
Daniel, " Feb. 7, 1762. 
Agnes Lukas died Sept. 22, 1770. 
James " " May 27, 1765. 

[Children of] Daniel and Martha Lukas. 
William, born Feb. 17, 1787. 
Andrew, " Jan. 11, 1789. 
Margaret, " May 23, 1791. 

[Children of] Dr. Jerce and Mary Lyon. She died May 6, 1808, ae. 43. 
Luke, born Oct. 2, 1791. 



Aug. 22, 1793. 

Mar. 20, 1795, d. Mar. 29, 1795. 

Jan. 7, 1796. 

Mar. 28, 1798. 

Sept. 10, 1800. 

Nov. 4, 1S02. 

Apr. 6, 1805. 

Apr. 18, 1807. 



Betsey, 
Mary, 
Nathan EL, 
Jerre, 
Nancy, 
Benjamin R 
Barna, 
Lorenzo, 

[Child of] Ephriam and Annis Manning. 
John, born Nov. 25, 1794. 

[Children of] Enos and Prudence Martin. 

Azubah, born Jan. 24, 1774, at Woodburv. 
John, " Oct. 13, 1776, " 

Joshua, " Apr. 3, 1779, at Colebrook. 
Prudence, " July 13, 1781, at Colrain. 

[Children of] James, Jun., and Ann Matthew. 

Marv, born Feb. 17, 176S, at Merrimack. 
Elizabeth, " Feb. 10, 1770. 
Anne, " Aug. 16, 1772. 

[Children of] William and Lucy Maynard. 
Thaddeus, born Jan. 12, 1773. 



Sarah, 


<( 


July 13, 1775. 


Henry, 


<< 


Apr. 1, 1778. 


Nancy, 


N 


Aug. 6, 17S0. 


Lucy, 


<< 


Nov. 29, 17S2. 


Elizabeth, 


<< 


Jan. 1, 17S6. 
1785.] 


Rhoda, 


M 


Jnn. 30, 17SS. 


Jane, 


it 


Apr. 5, 1790. 


Polly, 


(( 


Apr. 17, 1792. 



[Another entry reads: Jan. 1, 



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[Children of) Ensign Thaddeus and Elizabeth Maynard. 
Amelia, born Aug. 21, 17%. 

Chrystia, " Oct. 11, 1798. 

Sophia Eliza, " Feb. 19, 1801. 
Win. Stewart, " May 19, 1803. 

[Children of] John and Margaret Mills. 
John, born Sept. 29, 1742. 

Catherine, " Mar. 30, 1744. 
William, " Sept. 13, 1746. 

[Children of] Robert and Margaret Miller. 
William, born Dec. 5, 1762. 



Jean, 


M 


Dec. 14, 1764. 


Ebehezcr, 


<< 


Oct. 1, 1765, at Middleboro 


Mary, 


<( 


Apr. 26, 1767. 


Margaret, 


<( 


Mar. 18, 1769. 


Martha, 


M 


July 12, 1771. 


Robert, 


u 


July 3, 1773. 


Thomas, 


n 


Nov. 22, 1778. 



[Children of] Robert and Martha Miller. 
David, born Aug. 26, 1784. 

John, " Jan. 13, 1792. 

Peggy, " Apr. 14, 1793. 

Anna, " May 31, 1795. 

Washington, " Nov. 21, 1796. 

[Child of] Robert and Nancy Miller. 
Minerva, born Aug. 25, 1800. 

[Children of] David and Sally Miller. 

Thomas, born Apr. 18, 1814. 
David P., " June 23, 1816. 
Michael M., " Dec. 18, 1818. 

[Children of] Samuel H. and Nancy Miner. 

O , born Sept. 24, 1800. 

Hannah, " Feb. 7, 1S02. 
Nancy, " Aug. 3, 1803. 

[Children of] Hugh and Sarah McClellan. 
Robert, born Nov. 9, 1769. 
James, " Aug. 21, 1771. 

John, u June 27, 1773. 

Hugh, " Apr. 11, 1775, d. Aug. IS, 1777. 

Michael, " Apr. 23, 1777. 
Jean, " June 21, 1779. 

Margaret, " May 2, 1781. 
Sarah, " Apr. 10, 17S3. 

Samuel, " June 14, 17S7. 

[Child of] Rev. Daniel and Margaret McClellan. He died Apr. 21, 1773. 
Robert Lawson, born Oct. 9, 1769. 

[Children of] John and Hannah McCreles. 
Sarah, born Nov. 30, 1761. 
Rebecca, " July 11, 1763. 
Mary, " Jan. 27, 1765. 

John McCreles, senior, died Now 30. 1759. 
" " junior, drowned May 27, 1765. 

[Children of] William and Elenor McCreles. 
Jane, born Apr. IS, 1764. 



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(Oct. 



Klcnor, 
John P., 
James, 
Robert, 
William, 



<( 



n 



Feb. 18, 17GS. 
June 13, 1770. 
Apr. 19, 1772. 

Feb. 25, 177-1. 

Apr. 20, 177G. 



[Children of] James and Sarah McCulloch. 
Lucy, born Mar. 11, 1784. 

May 1G, 1786. 
July 21, 1788. 
Dec. 16, 1790. 
Mar. 6, 1791. 
Nov. 21, 179G. 



<< 



<< 



<< 



Sally, 

Sophia, 

Otis, 

Temperance, 

James, 

[Children of] Daniel and Elizabeth McDougal. 
John, born Dec. 31, 1772. 
Mary, " June 6, 1775. 
Daniel, " May 6, 1783, at Constitution Island, N. Y. 

[Child of] John and Elizabeth Moor. 
James, born Feb. 10, 1764. 

[Child of] Washington and Susannah Moor. 
Lorin, born Apr. 23, 1802. 

[Children of] Thomas and Ann McGee. He died Oct. 27, 1793, in his 
79 year. 

Martha, born Sept. 9, 1744. 



Jean, 


1 Oct. 28, 1747. 




Thomas, 


1 Nov. 26, 1749. 




Jonathan, ' 


1 Mar. 4, 1752. 




Anna, 


1 Mar. 3, 1754. 




Rachel, ' 


1 Mar. 9, 1756. 




' David, 


' Feb. 14, 1760. 




Jonas, ' 


' Oct. 25, 1763. 




[Children of] Thomas 
Joseph, bon 
Robert, " 


and Mary McGee. 
i Jan. 25, 1776. 
Aug. 28, 1777. 




Ann, 


Mar. 12, 1779. 




Luther, 


Dec. 8, 1781. 




Calvin, " 


July 28, 17S2. 




Thomas, " 


May 8, 1784, in Cambridge, N. 


Y. 


[Children of] Jonathan 
Ann, 
Levi, 
Jenny, 
Joseph W., 
Rachel, 


1 and Jean McGee. 
born Sept. 10, 1777. 
" Sept. 17, 1779. 
" Sept. 27, 1781. 
" July 31, 17S4. 
" Feb. 2, 17S7. 




Jonathan, 


" Oct. 5, 17S9. 




Clarissa, 


" Mar. 2, 1792. 




William Bolt< 


jn, " May 17, 1794. 





[Children of] Jonas and Sarah McGee. 
Robert, born Nov. 7, 17S9. 
Chester, " Nov. 2S, 1791. 

[Children of] Joseph W. and Antis McGee. 
Jane R., borr June 5, 1S08. 
Thomas R., " Apr. 30, 1811. 
Joseph B., " Aug. 21, 1813. 
Infant, " Feb. IS, 1S1— , d. same day. 

Antis B., " Julv 13. 1S16, d. May 13, 1S23. 






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257 



[Children of] Jabcz and Tryphcnia Morgan. 
Horace, born Jan. 6, 1709. 
Samuel, " July G, 179"). 

[Child of] Thomas and Jennet Morris. Thomas Morris died Jan. 18, 
1781. 

David, born June 2G, 1744. 

[Children of] Hugh and Martha Morrison. She died Jan. 13, 1772. 
Martha, born June 29, 1740. 
Samuel, " Sept. 2G. 1742. 

[Children of] Hugh and Elizabeth Morrison. 
Jonathan, born Dec. 17, 1779. 
Luanda, " Dec. 17, 1781. 
Joseph, " Mar. 6, 1784. 

[Children of] John and Ann Morrison. 
David, born Nov. 4, 1752. 



Jonathan, 

Hugh, 

Martha, 

Solomon, 

Joseph, 

John, 

Samuel, 



Dec. 22, 1754. 
Apr. 22, 1757. 
Oct. 18, 1759. 
May 18, 17G2 
Aug. 10, 1764. 
May 7, 1767. 
Nov. 22, 1769. 

[Children of] David and Lucy Morrison. 

Anna, born Mav 16, 1781, d. July 27, 1786. 
Zerviah, " July 7, 1783. 
Lucy, " June 17, 1785. 
John, " Feb. 7, 17S8. 

[Child of] Joseph and Rebecca Morrison. 
Joseph, born Dec. 14, 1788. 

[Children of] Obed and Nelson. 

Orpheus T., born Oct. 20, 1612. 
Albert R., " July 25, 1811. 
Austin M , " Sept. 17, 1816. 
Myron E., " Dec. 20, 1821. 

[Child of] Samuel and Rebecca Newall. 
Samuel, born June 3, 1768. 

[Children of] Abner and Susannah Newton. 
Sarah, born Nov. 13, 1766. 

Susannah, " Apr. 22, 1770. 

[Children of] Elder James and Anna Parson. 
Mary Ann, " Apr. 26, 1S23. 

James Coleman, " Sept. 27, 1S24. 

[Children of] Asahel and Waty Parmenter. 

Matilda, born Feb. 10, 1S06, at Whitingham, Vt. 



Jason, 


<« 


Feb. 


23, 1S07, 


" Colerain. 


Asahel, 


<< 


Apr. 


22, 1S09, 


" Halifax, Vt. 


Alvan, 


M 


July 


4, 1811, 


" Rowe. 


Reuel, 


N 


Mar. 


IS, 1S14, 


" Colerain. 


Elihu, 


it 


June 


8, 1817, 


(< 


Alpheus, 


M 


Mar. 


6, 1822, 


j 


Lawson, 


it 


May 


4, 1S25. 





[Children of] Adam and Jenney Pattison. 
Betty, born Jan. 5, 1779. 
Naomi, " Mar. 12, 1781. 



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258 



Early Vital Records of Col rain, Mass. 



[Oct. 



Jean, 

Pern, 

Sally, 
George, 
Sally, 
Anna, 



Aug. 10, 1783. 

Aug. 17, 1787. 

Mar. 1, 1789,d. Apr. 17. 1789. 

Apr. 10, 1790. 

June 1G, 1792. 

Feb. G, 1795. 



(Child of] George and Martha Pattison. 
James, born Apr. 15, 17So. 

[Children of] George and Sclenda Pattison. 









Jane, 
Calvin S., 
Clarissa, 
Fanny A., 
George It., 
Samuel I)., 



born Jan. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



<< 



n 



n 



1, 1817. 

3, 1818. 

7, 1821. 
24, 1823. 
28, 1825. 



Apr. 25, 1S27, d. July 13, 1829. 



[Children of] Ignatius and Larissa Perkins. 
Larissa, born Dec. 4, 1817. 



James II., 
Eliza M., 
Mary S., 
George It., 
Susan C, 



<< 



<« 



(i 



a 



July 24, 1820. 
Dec. 28, 1823. 
Apr. 5, 182G. 
Aug. 31, 1827. 
Jan. 8, 1829. 



[Children of] Abraham and Arethusa Peck. 



Calvin, 

Samuel, 

John, 

Jerreb, 

Moses, 

Mary, 

Arethusa, 

Matilda, 

Louisa, 

Abraham, 

Ixn'ila, 

Joanna, 

Moses, 

Harriet, 



born Nov. 
" Jan. 



1, 1791. 

15, 1793. 

May 27, 1794. 

Feb. 6, 1796. 

May 2, 179S, d. July 31, 1S03. 
Dec. 19, 1799, d. July 28, 1S03. 
Oct. 12, 1S01, d. July 30, 1S03. 
Nov. 27, 1804. 
Dec. 21, 1S0G. 
Nov. 27, 1808. 
May 7, 1811. 
Sept. 28, 1813. 
Sept. 26, 1816. 
Aug. 13, 1826. 

[Child of] John, senior, and Sarah Pennil. 

Abraham, born Mar. 21, 1741-2, the first male child born in 
Colerain. 

[Children of] Archibald and Esther Pennil. 
Archibald Pennel] died Feb. 12, 1754. 
Sarah, born June 30, 1748. 
Isaac, " Mar. 20, 1750. 

Esther, " Dec. 24, 1752. 

Archibald, " Mar. 18, 1754. 

[Children of] John, Junior, and Elenor Pennil. 



a 



it 



it 



it 



it 



tt 



n 



it 



it 



n 



tt 



He [called in another entry 



Rachel, 


born July 24, 


1749. 


Hannah, 


" May 16, 


1751. 


James, 


" May 19, 


1753. 


John, 


" Sept. 29, 


1758. 


Andrew, 


" Nov. 20, 


1761. 



[Children of] Robert and Mary Pennil. 
Moses, born Nov. 10, 1759. 
Robert, " Sept. 5, 1761. 



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259 



[Children <>f| Sylvanus and I>)vina Peter on.' 



Fanny, 
Nelson, 

M.-iry, 
Olive, 

Charlotte, 

Cynthia, 

Harlow, 

Rhode M., 

I/OJS, 

Jonathan. 



born Sept. 19, 1809. 
Mav 16, 1811. 

June 29, 1813. 

Nov. 1, 1815. 
July is, 1817. 



<« 



<< 



Nov. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Dec 



17, 1819. 

2, 1821. 

19, 1823. 

7, 1825. 

8, 1828. 



[Children of] Kliphalct and Rachel Pierce. f 

Hannah, born Mar. 23, 17G8 at Koyal.ston. 

Dec. 15, 1709, at Putney. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
July 



Eliphalet, 

Mary, 

Silas, 

Rachel, 

William, 

Jean, 

Samuel, 

Robert, 



25, 
15. 



(< 



1772, " 
1774, " 
18, 177G, " 
28 1779, " " 
Si 1783,' at Halifax, Vt. 
Aug. 27, 17X5, at Colerain. 
May 26, 1788, " 

[Children of] Zebulon and Molly Pierce. 

Samuel, born Apr. 15, 1779. 

John, * Aug. 21, 1782, d. Apr. 5, 1785. 

Hannah, " July 15, 1784, d. Jan. 18, 1795. 
Zebulon Pierce died July 2, 1S00. 
Molly " " July 30, 1818. 

[Children ofl Samuel and Rachel Pierce. 
Polly, born Oct. IS, 1802. 



u 



a 



Martha S., 

David, 

David, 

Morris, 

Samuel D., 

Sabin, 

Infant, 



. . 



k 



<< 



<( 



(< 



ti 



Oct. 30, 1S04. 

Oct. 31, 1806, d. Nov. 6, 1807. 

Sept. 14, 1S08. 

Apr. 11, 1811. 

Feb. 6, 1815, d. Feb. 16, 1826. 

Aug 3, 1818, d. Feb. 11, 1819. 

July 20, 1820, d. July 27, 1820. 



[Children of] Hugh and Jean Riddle. 

William, born Feb. 4, 1768. 
Samuel, u June 1, 1769. 

Jean, " Feb. 23, 1771. 

[Children of] Gawn and Margaret Riddle. 
John, born Dec. 15, 1783. 

Susannah, " Dec. 2, 1787. 
Robert, " Nov. 15, 1789. 

Jane D., " Dec. 25, 1791. 

[Children of] Henry and Nancy Rogers. 
Betsey, born Feb. 2, 1776. 
Thomas, " Nov. 1777. 

[Children of) Dr. Samuel and Jean Ross. 

Elenor, born Sept. 13, 1784. 

Antis, " Oct. IS, 1786. 

Sally, " Nov. 9, 178S. 



*Cf. Register, vol. 70, p. 360. — Editor. 
fA Rachel Pierce died June 15, 178S. 






VOL. LXXIII. 



17 






V 



200 



Early Vital Records of Colrnin, Mast. 



[Oct. 



Samuel, " Oct. 13, 1790. 

William. " Oct. 16, L792. 

Nathaniel 8., " Oct. 22, 1794, d. Nov. 10, 1795. 

Levina, M Sept 28, 179$. 

[Child of Abel] and Nancy Bhattuek. be bom Oct 26, 1791 
Nancy M., born Jan. 4, 1827. 

[Children of] Thomai and Ann 8hearer. 
James, born Aug. 6, 1781. 
Phebe, " Aug. 21, 17.s3, d. Nov. 0, 1791. 
Jean, " May 31, 1786. 
Betty, " Oct. 10, 1788. 
Thomas, " July 14, 1791. 

[Children of] Peter and Susannah Shippee. 
Fanny, born May 20, 1793. 



Susannah, 


u 


Jan. 22, 1795. 


Polly, 


<< 


Mar. 20, 1797. 


Zeviah, 


u 


July 3, 1800. 


Anna, 


<< 


Mar. 5, 1802. 


Peter, 


<< 


May 12, 1805. 


[Children of] Peter and - 


Shippee. 


Ix'vi D., 


born 


Feb. 8, 1828. 


George L., 


<< 


Sept. 9, 1829. 


Mary E., 


<( 


Aug. 11, 1831. 


John 0., 


n 


Mar. 21, 1X34. 


Lydia M., 


u 


Mar. 13, 1830. 


[Children of] Aaron, 


Jun. 


, and Charity Skinner 


Aaron, 


born 


Dec. 29, 1790. 


Charity, 


<( 


Apr. 17, 1798. 


David, 


«( 


Mar. 19, 1800. 


Eunice, 


<« 


June 8, 1S02. 


Phinwell, 


(< 


Feb. 4, 1804. 



[Child of] John and Mary Smith. 

Nancy, born Nov. 17, 1744. 

[Children of] Nathaniel and Mary Smith. 



Hezekiah, 

Thompson, 

Orin, 

Dorothy, 

Jonathan M. 

Margaret, 

Samuel, 



born Oct 



«< 



<( 



«< 



3, 17S1. 
Oct. 3, 1784. 
Nov. 13, 17S0. 
Jan. 31, 1789. 
Feb. 23, 1791. 
Dec. 2, 1795. 
July 10, 1799. 



[Children of] Rominer and Hannah Smith. 



Luther, 

Sybil, 
Hannah, 

Esther, 
Ebenezer, 

Irene, 
Polly, 

Lucy, 

Miner, 
Randsomy, 



born Nov. S, 17S1. 
" June 7, 1784. 
Mar. 9, 17S0. 
May 29, 1788. 
Feb. 17, 1791. 
Dec. 11, 1792. 
Nov. 27, 1794. 
Sept, 3, 1797. 
Oct. 28, 179'.>. 
Feb. 2S, 1804. 

[To be «onchi(kxl] 



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1919] Maryland Marriage Licenses 261 



MARRIAGE LICENSES IN PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, 

MARYLAND ( 1777-1824 

PBOM a certified OOPI in tick NMMMNI ok tick New England HmOMO 

( (bnbaloqiqal Booobtt 

[Concluded from page 23'JJ 

John Taylor Wall and Elizabeth Thomas. 
Dennis Magruder and Elisabeth G. Contee. 

Richard Hill and Margery Wilson. 

James Shaw and Elizabeth BealL 

Robert Wigfield and Mary Darnall. 

Charles August Pruess and Louisa Anna Eleanora 

Savary. 

John Keadlc and Mary Price Gray. 
Stephen S. Johns and Elizabeth Skinner. 
William Redmiles, Jr. and Susannah Wheeler. 
George Booth and Martha Hoye. 
Richard Taylor and Sarah Uuigley. 
Hleazer Talburt and Rebecca Perkins. 
John Peach and Maiv Isaac. 
Mordicai Moore and Barbara Ridgway. 
Trueman Rohey and Eleanor Crooke. 
Zachariah Alnutt & Elizabeth Oshorn. 
Cornelius Robinson and Clarissa Keitch. 
Samuel McDowell and Mary Hannah. 
Robert Simmons and Eleanor Day. 
William Hill and Martha Letchworth. 
James Cattington and Jane Greer. 
William Hooper and Milly Beddow. 
Rector Bayne and Susanna Jones. 
James Busey and Sarah Ann Gibbons. 
Henry Howse and Sarah Tarman. 
Samuel Crooke and Nancy Cracklin. 
Thomas Ixutch and Ann Daves. 
James Simmons and Ann Hodges. 
Isaac Dove and Elizabeth Fairall. 
Hugh Perrie and Ann Eastwood. 
Richard Piles and Ann Richards Jones. 
John Ward Young and Ann Noble Wade. 
William Watson and Mary Perry Smith. 
Joseph Harwood and Matilda Sparrow. 
Joshua Bird and Sarah Upton. 
Benjamin Hardey and Henrietta Gray. 
Thomas Latton and Mary Brashears. 
John McKensey and Sarah Jones. 
William Worrall and Elizabeth Oliver. 
Hezekiah Athey and Barbara Coe. 
Charles Boteler and Sarah Jones. 
Samuel Cecil and Issabella Belt. 
David Jones and Mary Curtin. 
Daniel Rawlings and Susannah Duckett. 
Thomas Callahan and Sarah Newton. 
Daniel Smith and Elizabeth Greer. 



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21, 


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25, 


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Nov. 


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29, 


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Dec. 


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262 Maryland Marriage Licenses [Or. 

Bealc Dnvall and Elisabeth Williams. 
John Smith Swain and TrilTa Jenkins. 
Willi:im Haywaid ind Sarah Thomas. 

Robert Davis and Daa&or Adams. 
Jos e ph RorenoQ sod Baully [sic] Jon< 
Jamss Beck and Ann Duckett. 
HfUfkiah Taylor sod Ann Beddo. 

Nathan DllOiOp Hall and Maria Adams. 

George Holdsworth Qantl and Elizabeth Davis. 

John Nioolli and Rachel Prat her. 

Green Brashean and Mary Hyatt. 

William Wall and Elisabeth Gibbons. 

James Roberts and Sarah Well 

James GJerard] Wood and Martha Young. 

Stephen Kairall and Dnisflls JobjMOBL 

William B. Rakin and Macksey Dlivatt. 

William Piekcren and Martha Brightwell. 

James Webb and C'larissa Haiiowe Magrudcr. 

Edward Clements and Mary Jenkins. 

James Kemp and Jane Spalding. 

William F. Ilardey and Sarah Spalding. 

Adam Lucas and Milley Tench. 

Resin Scarce and Airy Ilardey. 

Alexius Boone and Anna Statia Martin. 

Hatton Middleton Jones and Elizabeth Lanham. 

Thomas Taylor and Sarah Talbott. 

Jacob Cook and Jane Jones. 

Charles Allen and Matilda Lindsay. 

Theodore Wall and Margaret Townshend. 

Thomas Clagett Scott and Ann Hid wrick Boone. 

John S. Higdon and Ann E. Beall. 

Allison F. Beall and Elizabeth E. Coe. 

Richard Higgins and Mary Clarke. 

John Tolson and Eleanor Addison. 

James Ireland and Susannah Fowler. 

John Ellis and Ann Ixjatch. 

Jacob Edelen and Mary Ostium. 

Levi Mangum and Ann Gibbons. 

Cephaas [sic] W. Benson and Amelia Harvey. 

William Ixnve and Martha Mattingly. 

Absalom Cater and Ann Hutchinson. 

Dennis Sweeny and Susannah Allen. 

Samuel Franklin and Mary Waters. 

Martin Greer and Mary Oliver. 

Benjamin Naylor and Ann Perrie Wailes. 

Joseph Padgett and Sarah Mc. Daniel. 

Charles Burgess and Sarah Sansbury. 

Benjamin Jones and Susannah Walker. 

Benjamin Talbott and Sarah Ranter. 

John Mennis and Eleanor Gray. 

Osborn Belt, Jr. and Sarah Turner. 

John Iglehart and Harriott Beall. 

William Cage Rawlings and Ann Carrico. 

William W. Berry and Nancy Beall. -t* 

Daniel Townshend and Susannah Thomas. 

Amos Chanev and Rachel Mitchell. 



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1919) Maryland Afarriajc Licenses 263 

Cornelius Watson and Elisabeth Davit. 
Bdward Willett, .Jr. and Julianna Taylor. 

Francis Lightfoot Dr and Elisabeth Fitzgerald. 
Joeiah Wilson and Sarah 1 '*-rri«* Wailes. 

Overton Carr and Chloe I,ec Baker. 

Philip Green and Sarah Talbott. 
John I>each and Pamelia Chaney. 

G eorge Walker and EUtt Ann Conner. 

James Ferp n and Eleanor Bridgit. 

Thomas JohnstOO and Susannah Buchanan. 

John GrifTen and Hep/.ebah Brown. 

Samuel Lindsay and Mary Cawood. 

Theodore Padgett and Matilda White. 

Bennitt Gwinn and Rebecca Kdelcn. 

Thomas Joshua Clark and Ann Baldwin. 

Walter Phelps and Nancy Ann Grimes. 

Reazin Boteler and Jane Poston. 

John W. Lowe and Fleanor Lisby. 

John Varnall Anderson and Mary Hurley. 

William Swarm and Catherine C. Strange. 

Thos. Truman Somerville & Margt. Tenett Holly- 
day. 

Philip Hopkins and llebecca Weeden. 

Robert Norton and Henrietta Mullikin. 

George French and Margaret II . Weems. 

Joseph Letchworth and Harriot Wallace. 

Colmorc Hunter and Henny Hatton. 

Thomas Cahaley and Mary Sansbury. 

Clement Knott and Jane Wood. 

Edward Marlowe and Mary Gill. 

Thomas Perrie and Susannah Adams. 

Abraham Woodward and Nancy Jones. 

Wm. Allen Daingerfield <fc Maria H[elena] H[all] 
Rozer. 

Thomas Bryan and Sarah Webb. 

David Owens and Patsy Harvey. 

James Mangun and Mary German. 

William Wilson Cage and Vcrlinda Mahew. 

George Beall and Dorcus Hellen. 

Abraham Randall and Sega Tarman. 

Benedict Swain and Mary Hutchinson. 

William Grahame and Sarah Downing. 

Levi Alley and Rachel Hopkins. 

Patrick Kinen and Cassandra Burch. 

Alexander Mockbee and Sarah Uanham. 

William Fletcher and Elizabeth Mudd. 

Enos Schell and Elizabeth Hardey. 

Colmorc Thompson and Nancy Ann Barrott. 

John Cracroft and Ann Watson. 

Charles Courts and Ruth Arvin. 

Charles Smith Perrie & Elizabeth Gantt Eversfield. 

John Grimes and Eliza Cook. 

Joseph R. Hodges and Mary Jackson. 

Francis Lamar and Mary Watson. 

Henry Langiey and Elizabeth Harding. 

John Walker and Ann Ix>ckcr. 



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19, 


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20, 


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26, 


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8, 


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ii 


23, 


ii 


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20, 


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8, 


ii 


n 


4, 


ii 


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8, 


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V 



2CA Maryland Marriage Licenses [Oct. 

John Fergusson and Sarah Fergu-.-on. 
Michad LOVejoy and Elizalxrth Curtain. 
I ei in BopW and Kitty Loi 

Joseph Peach tnd Lucy Wilson. 

James Selby and Lucy Beall. 

William Lewii Gibeoo and Rebecca Hanson. 

Ignatius Wheeler and Margaret S. Magmdcr. 

John ( Irahame an annah Hill. 

John H. Beall and Sarah Gantt. 

Robert Dalton Jenkins and Mary Ann Lae. 

John Gantt and Priscilla Waring. 

William Cross and Mary Cross. 

William Courts and Eliza Lylea. 

John Baaford and Mary Duvall. 

Martin N. Mc. Daniel and Ann Queen. 

John Tarvin and Rebecca Hobcy. 

Charles I^ine and Eleanor Rustin. 

Edward Gantt Waring and Catherine Waring. 

John Waters and Catherine S. McKay. 

John C. Moore and I>ettice Eleanor Thome 

Elisha Arvin and Henrietta Courts. 

John Parmer and Mary King. 

Robert Brown and Elizabeth \\ r. 

Ignatius Etchison and Susannah Permillion [sic]. 

Mackall S. Cox and Susannah Sasser. 

John Ellis and Elizabeth Cooksey. 

John Tilley and Martha Barron. 

John Pierce and Margaret Hunter. 

Richard Melcom Lamar and Elizabeth Gibbons. 

Richard Jones and Sarah Cissell. 

Grafton Tyler and Ann II. Plummer. 

Levi Iglehart and Eleanor Taylor. 

Charles Duvall and Flavilla Waters. 

Thomas Harvey and Martha Mullikin. 

William Taylor and Ann Stamp. 

Walter Smith Clarke and Sarah Perkins. 

Zachariah Walker and Amany Locker. 

Philip Mockbee and Susannah Darnall. 

William Shubbard and Elizabeth Hopkins. 

John Venables and Elizabeth Peirce. 

Francis I[gnatius] Mitchell and Eleanor Sewell. 

Benjamin Burch and Christiana Spalding. 

John Osborn Jr. and Ariana Berry. 

Benjamin Ray and Eleanor Mitchell. 

Massum Duvall and Rebecca Walker. 

Benjamin Watson and Susannah Cage. 

William Smith and Sophia Beall. 

John W. Rawlings and Minta Gibson. 

Francis Kirby and Chrissy Spalding. 

Joseph Howard and Elizabeth Susanna Bowie. 

William Bradley Beanes and Eleanor Brown. 

Amos Fox and Lucy Hardey. 

William Woodward and Pamelia Woodward. 

Thomas Mullan and Arthelia Hamilton. 

William Bryan and Sarah Lanham, 

William Tvler and Marv B. Addison. 



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V 



1919] Maryland Marriayc Licenses 265 

Patrick Dent and Susannah G. Wood, 

Samuel Marshall and Druailla Jenkio 

William Gaga Rawlingsand Mary Davi 
Elijah Ellis and Martha Carrico. 
Edward Suit and Catharine Talbert. 
Abraham Harm-- H<>e and Sarah Norwood Johnaoi 

Thomas Ixiwis Thompson and Mary Eleanor 
Thompson. 

Benjamin Hall Clarke and Eleanor Clagett. 

William M. Bowie and Martha Magruder. 

Dennis Boyd and Flizabeth M. I .an -dale. 
George Rust and Maria C. Marlowi 
Grafton Hall and Rebecca Williams. 

John S. Darnall and Elisabeth Darsey. 

Samuel Clarke and Sophia Baldwin. 

Isaac Barrot and Barbara Tilley. 

Frederick Jones and Ann Duvall. 

William Sherlock and Mary Harris. 

William Meekl and Sarah Roe. 

Thomas Hilleary and Jane Wheeler. 

John Turton and Priscilla Fairall. 

Charles French and [Mrs.] Mariarnne Craik Mur- 

dock. 
Richard Grigory and Elizabeth Tippett. 
Zachariah Barron and Ann Mullikin. 
Thomas Clarke Duvall and Emma Barron. 
Samuel Burch and Susannah Wilson. 
Ignatius Windsor and Margaret Arvin. 
William E. Pumphrey and Sarah Ryon. 
John Oneale and Eliza EL Hamilton. 
Ignatius Simmes and Sarah Ann Spalding. 
Jacob Clements and Sarah Bowling. 
John Crooke and Eleanor Hopkins. 
Joseph Fowler and Elizabeth Minis. 
Benedict Brashears and Sarah Godman. 
Zephaniah Mitchell and Ann Johnson. 
Samuel Berry and Ann Berry. 
Jonathan Gibbons and Rachel Mangun. 
Trueman Tippett and Sarah Ann Simpson. 
Francis Lightfoot Lee and Jane Fitzgerald. 
Thomas Early and Mary Stephens. 
Mordecai F. Smith and Jane M. Boswell. 
Jesse Garner and Henny Hyde. 
Henry Addison Callis & Chloe Ann Tolson. 
Charles Robey and Chloe Martin. 
Richard Waters and Letty Hyde. 
John Plummer and Ann Worthington. 
Levi Sheriff and Elizabeth Wilson. 
Henry Dangerfield and Harriot Rozer. 
David Koones and Matilda Bond. 
Jonathan II. Burch and Margaret Newton. 
William Marshall, Jr. and Caroline Marbury. 
Richard Hall and Henrietta M. Clagett. 
John Turner and Sarah Parker. 
Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer and Jane Forbes. 
William TanniclifT and Margaret Prather. 



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Robert Clarke and Ruth Brail Walker. 

John Burnill and Louisa Gutterioe. 
David Feck arid Elizabeth Baton. 
Nathan Walker and Elisabeth Thomas. 

George Hellriglc and Ann FerreU. 
Benjamin Hewitt and Elisabeth Wilson. 
Thomas Berry and Elisabeth Tolaon. 
John Tarranee and Nancy (lodm.in. 

Horatio ( "lubb and Mary Nothic. 

Thomas Clarke and Jane 1). Wall. 

Alexander Mockbee and Tarrencc Bcall. 

William I. each and Elizal>eth Ph\ 

Jonathan Ridgway and Letty Moore. 

Zachariah Mills and Rachel Wells. 

James Mobley and Ann Taylor. 

Ignatius Adams and Areana Scott. 

Walter Crooke and Susannah Cracklin. 

Henry Boswell and Eleanor PickrelL 

Anion DltvaU and Mary Fairall. 

John Anderson and Alice Duvatt. 

Archibald Highes and Elisabeth Riston. 

James Baden and Ruth Davis. 

Marlowe Wynn and Rebecca Davit. 

James K. Simpson and Susan Lusby. 

Henley Curting and Susannah Crooke. 

Richard Dement and Catherine Mc. Daniel. 

John S. Wilson and Annastatia D. Hallsell. 

William J. Rawlings and Susannah Hardacre. 

William Salisbury and Priscilla Cole. 

James Latimer and Virlinda A. Wells. 

John Morsel! and Harriot Jackson. 

Richard Simpson and Draden Steel. 

Thomas A. Austin and Matilda J. Whitney. 

Thomas Baden of Benjamin, and Martha GriiTcn. 

Nathaniel Benton and Mahala Wills. 

George Boswell and Susannah Spalding. 

Richard Skinner and Eliza Young. 

Robert Ixi Roy Livingston A Ann Maria Digges. 

James Wilson and Eleanor Mitchell. 

Rinaldo Pindell and Sarah Walker Cover. 

Thomas Pierce and Eleanor Harris. 

Hezekiah Watson and Elizabeth Ann Smith. 

John Cunningham and Eleanor Tippett. 

Thomas Baker and Catherine Dyer. 

Garston Powell and Margaret Crow. 

Charles M. Specknall and Sarah Barrott. 

James Lynch and Susannah Rawlings. 

Thomas Ryley and Mary Webster. 

John Read Magruder and Polly B. Magruder. 

William Baldwin and Sarah Savington. 

James Alnutt and Juliet Jackson. 

Thomas T. Gantt and Ann Stoddert. 

Barton Duvall and Hannah Isaac. 

John Ridgway and Mary Bennett. 

William Hill and Ann Smith. 

John E. Atchison and Eda Vermillion. 






V 



1919) Maryland Marrimjc. Licenses 267 

1811, Dec. 16, Fielder Howie; and Barbara Susannah Parker 

I -me. 

Paul Hoyc and Eleanor Rutha Mattingly. 

Allen Ijimar and Rlliabeth Hunter. 

William Dinon and Martha Ann Wall. 

ThomM C. White and Rachel Clagett. 

William Gray and Ann Huntt. 

John Barry and Sarah Jackson. 

Thomas TafTe and Elisabeth Munroc. 

Daniel Clarke and Margaret Puckett. 

Henry 1). Hat tun and Emily Lylcs. 

John Rail and Sarah Bra.-hears. 

Thomas Elliot and Sarah Wells. 

James Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Suit. 

George Roannan and Lucy Dyer. 

Daniel Rawlings and Monica Trucman. 

James Deakins and Ruth Cooke. 

Joseph Mitchell and Lyley Gray. 

Alexander Evan and Mary Mullekin. 

Josiah W. Watson and Sophia Pierce. 

Clement Craycroft and Elizabeth Lamar. 

Andrew Brown and Ann Jarman. 

Richard Campbell and Ann Barrott. 

Edward GrifTen and Mary A. Smith. 

Gabriel Richards and Sarah Robey. 

James Davis and Mary Darnall. 

John P. Dulanv and Mary Ann De Butts. 

John B. Mullikin and Mary M. Weems. 

John Turner and Ann Harvey. 

Thomas Talbert and Margaret Plater. 

Elihee P. Stivers and Barbara Lowe. 

George Washington Campbell and Harriet Stod- 
dert. 

Albem Clarke and Sarah Mudd. 

John R. Dyer and Mary Ann Clarvoe. 

William Jackson and Barbara Harvey. 

Thomas Wallis and Mary Hinton. 

George W\ Biscoe and Hannah Sophia Oden. 

Joseph Newton Burch and Sarah Calvert. 

Richard Barrot and Sarah Small wood. 

James B. Brookes and Juliet M. Bowie. 

Edward Mitchell and Elizabeth Murphy. 

Thomas Fowler A Elisabeth Murphey. 

Nathan Smith and Jane Hamilton. 

Sylvester F. Gardiner and Dolly Hardey. 

Spencer Mitchell and Lucy Peach. 

Walter Bowie and Amelia Margaret Weems. 

Osborn Co no way and Ann Cheney. 

Thomas Naylor and Patsy Robimson. 

Benjamin Fairell Jr. and Sarah E. Peach Duvall. 

George Peacock and Elizabeth Notley. 

Joseph Hunt and Mary Wilson. 

Leonard Davis and Polly Mitchell. 

Michael Devan and Barbara Richards. 

William Riugway and Elizabeth Ball. 
1813, Jan. 5, James Mullikin and Mariah West Oden. 






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v 



268 Maryland Marriage Licenses [Oct. 

Ch.'irlcs L Botcler and Ann I'civin. 
Horatio Ncwrnan and Eliza Alvcy. 
otho Berry BooH and Mary Prtthfttfl 
Noble Lindsay and Sarah Dove. 
William Ijinham and Matilda Mockbee. 

Jesse Sopor and Elisabeth BealL 
Fielder Neil] and Elizabeth Oneall. 
John Paddy and Virlinda P. Cage. 
William Curtain and Elizabeth Lamar. 

Charles I,. Jones and Elizabeth B. M. Owens. 
John W. Eastwood and Sarah 1). Cookoey. 

George Simmea and Mary Tolson. 

Edward Magruder and Tracy Barron. 

Basil B. Crawford and Airey Beall Cross. 

William Thomas Hunt and Eleanor Grimes. 

Overton C. Warner and Eliza Moore. 

George G. Powell and Ann Turton. 

Judson Sweeney and Harriet Kid well. 

Leonard Stone and Elizabeth Boose. 

Walter Beckett and Deborah Lowe. 

Benjamin Pierce and Mary Lamar. 

Thomas Richardson and Susannah Greer. 

John Cross and Mary I^amar. 

Francis Coyle and Matilda Spalding. 

Owen Ellis and Ann Ellis. 

Benjamin Mc.Vey and Mary Ray. 

Henry W. Rogers and Mary Dulany. 

Benjamin Elliott and Sarah Belt. 

Joshua Moxley and Harriot Smith. 

Benjamin Oden and Harriot B. West 

Dennis Curtin and Teresa Moreland. 

George Page and Sophiah Beall. 

Elkanah Cobb and Martha Jones. 

George Beall and Pemelia Hayes. 

Nathaniel Wright and Sarah Wheeler. 

Thomas Oneale and Mary Wall. 

John Thomas Baden and Margaret Baden. 

James Belt, Jr. and Mary Gorden Mc.Gill. 

John Fowler and Rachel Isaac. 

William B. Jackson and Elizabeth Lowmdes. 

Horatio Robey and Beney Mobley. 

Stephen B. Ward and Milly Ann Wilkinson. 

Samuel Cookscy and Catherine Beavin. 

John Contee and Eliza Duckett 

Thomas F. Robertson and Harriet Gray. 

George Wright and Elizabeth Beaven. 

Francis Edelcn and Lucy Beall. 

Edward Mitchell and Elizabeth Crandall. 

Perry Boen and Mary Adams. 

John Newman and Ann Proctor. 

Ignatius F. Young and Barbara S. Smith. 

The Rev. Walter D[ulany] Addison and [2d wf. 

Mrs] Rebecca Mackall [nee Rebecca Covington 

Bailey b 17 Feb 1778]. 
Robert Alexander Craine and Elizabeth Wood. 
John Queen and Elizabeth Thompson. 



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V 



1919] Maryland Marriage Licenses 269 

1814, Fob. 7, John Kllis and Elizabeth Juliet Brightwell. 

Francis Waring arid Elizabeth Turner. 
Leonard Jenkins and Sarah Clarkson. 
Henry O. Middlcton and Ann 11. Tol.-on. 
William N. Duvall and Lucy Smith. 
George Naylor Orme and Rebecca Gibbons. 
Hichard F. Carter and Catherine Kidwcll. 
Edward Hall and Willy Duvall. 
Benjamin Beavenand Elizabeth Cookeey. 
George Washington TalboU and Nancy Brown. 

John Baden, Jr. and Elizabeth Naylor. 
Thomas Adams and Sarah Estep. 
John Higgins and Elisabeth Baldwin. 
John Cleiytor and Elisabeth Hodges. 
William I.anham and Willy Ann Clarke. 
James Selby, Jr. and Elizabeth Cecil. 
Mareen D. Soper and Elisabeth Pope. 
John Eversfield and Harriot Berry. 
Richard I). Boyd and Matilda Duvall. 
Samuel Walker and Priscilla Canter. 
Henry Gates and Susan Dyer. 
Charles L. Steel and Anne Huntt. 
William Greer and Matilda Hyde. 
Edmund Key and Margaret J. Mackall. 
William Strickland and Elizabeth E. Bcavin. 
Francis E. Semmes and Virlinda Hagan. 
William L. Weems and Elizabeth T. Burch. 
Joseph Boyd and Sarah Duvall. 
Benjamin N. Mudd and Elizabeth Gardiner. 
Joshua Osborn and Martha Clements. 
Moses Manger and Ann Waters. 
James Brooke and Mary Ann Hill. 
William Willett and Ann Richards. 
Hilleary W r ilson and Ann Hilleary. 
Charles Steuart and Ann F. Biscoe. 
William M. Bowie and Mary T. Hilleary. 
Seth Taylor and Delia Hagan. 
Zachariah Walker and Sarah Tolson. 
William Oneel and Martha Berry. 
John Harvey and Willicia Early. 
Jacob Bassford and Permella Woodward. 
John Randall Jr. and Eliza Hodges. 
Elijah Ellis and Mary Craycroft. 
Nathan Cooke and Ann Baldwin. 
Andrew Taylor and Ann Wilson. 
George T. Wood and Jane Cage. 
Thomas Pierce and Margaret Venable. 
Hezekiah Taylor and Catherine Taylor. 
1S15, Jan. 2, William Jones and Eleanor Welch. 

Richard Marshall and Ann Summers. 
Judson Naylor and Sarah Wilcoxon. 
Charles Drury and Mary Hardesty. 
Richard Isaac and Elizabeth Ann Riddle. 
Benjamin Carreck and Rhody Baldwin. 
Ignatius Manning and Everlina Rosetta Ham- 
mond King Groves. 



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270 Maryland Marriage Licenses [Oct. 

Nathaniel Taylor rind Susannah Swunn. 

James Johnson and Ann Hopkii 

John Harvey and Mary Hurley. 

Henderson Loveless :md Mary Ann Jon< 



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Henry Parker and Amelia (JptOD. 

William G. Banders and Matilda M. 8. Me.Carty. 

William Pumphrey and Elizabeth Wilson. 
James Alder and Eleanor Tippctt. 

Robert Wat -<m and Sarah Mitchell. 

Henry Beavin and Mary Cookscy. 

Notley Young and Kleanor Hall. 

George Carter and Ruth Gibbons. 

George Dyer and Eleanor Lindsay. 

John F. Thompson and Klizabeth M. I^ewia. 

John W. Larwl.de and Miranda Stephenson. 

Theodore Mead and Mary Ann Webster. 

Thomas Berry and Mary Williams. 

Kzckiel Bassford and Dinah Chancy. 

Thomas I^cwis mid Klizabeth Blandford. 

Robert W. Harper and Surah Magruder Lyles. 

James Harrison and Kleanor West. 

John Simpson and Deborah Pierce. 

Richard K. Scott and Martha Ann Scott. 

Samuel Jones and Elisabeth Dixon. 

Richard L. Humphreys and Cordelia W. Hardey. 

Edward Willett, Jr. and Sarah Harvey. 

James Watson and Klizabeth Demar. 

John Proctor and Polly Davis. 

William Atchison and Caroline Alder. 

William Berry and Henrietta Guy. 

William L. Gibson and Eleanor Gantt. 

Theodore Demar and Ann Craycroft. 

John Lindsey and Sarah Eleanor A. L. Cawood. 

William x\ T . Smith and Elizabeth Errickson. 

Philip Suit and Jemima Barrot. 

Richard Young and Matilda Berry. 

Nathan Wells and Surah Clubb. 

Levin Greer and Barbara Blackburn. 

George Ashcom and Kleanor Evcrsfield. 

Osborn Bryan and Eleanor Bryan. 

Fielder Taymon and Sarah Mangun. 

William Jenkins and Ann Isaac. 

Benjamin Berry, Sr. and Barbara T>ane. 

Henry Anderson and Elizabeth Lindsey. 

George Cater and Mary Moore. 

Joseph Downing and Elisabeth Webster. 

James Ducket t and Susannah Ryon. 

James Goddard and Priscilla Berry. 

Samuel Mitchell and Martha Baden. 

Robert Edelen and Mary Catherine Hardey. 

Jesse Evans and Cassandra Soper. 

Thomas A. Richardson and Ann Moreland. 

Ignatius Adams and Sarah Ann Sansberry. 

Brook N. Berry and Emma C. Magruder. 

Richard Beddo and Mary Riggins. 

Perry Stallings and Susannah Davis. 






\ 



1919] Maryland Marriage Licenses J71 

Tobias Tyler and VioJetts Duvall. 
Charles Hill and Margaret Smith. 
William Holder and Elisabeth ().- bourn. 

Henry Greer and Mary W* Downing. 
Benjamin Wanes an<l Sophia Wilson. 

Nathaniel HattOfl and Ann N. Bun h. 

Hczckiah Watson and Elizabeth Watson. 
Nicholas Farr and Elizabeth Mc. Daniel. 
Benoni Early and Martha Marlowe. 
George Lutius and Ann I.ucas. 
Samuel Marlowe and Eliza Harvey. 
Thomas May and Ann Hing. 
John Kkton and Sarah I.anham. 
James Watson and Mary Stallings. 
John T. Rawlings and Susannah Morton. 

Resin H. Leeks and Barbara Locker. 

John Duckett and Sarah Willctt. * 

Edward Hosjan and Susannah Watson. 
Henry Vjinccnt] Hill and Maria Hamilton. 

Richard J. Morsel! and Eleanor W. BealL 

Peter Deyear and Henrietta Mc.Phcrson. 
John Weightman and Sidney Lyles. 
Charles W. Sawyer and Charlotte Webster. 
Richard A. Perrie and Lena W. Blackburn. 
Zachariah Lyles and Henrietta Mitchell. 
William Davis and Sarah Osborn. 
Ix»onard H. Early and Margaret Waters. 
George Cole and Mary Ann Clarke. 
Henry Rocket and Mary Hazard. 
Gustavus R. Brown and Mary E. Hatton. 
Benjamin Ked Morsell and Mary Turner. 
Thomas Gantt and Mary Hall. 
Henry C. Waters and Mary Watson. 
Francis Mullikin and Cassy Taylor. 
Walter Thorn and Telly King. 
Richard W. Watson and Lucy Waters. 
John D. Ward and Amelia Hodgkin. 
Win. Wells of Geo. and Jemima Brashears. 
Horatio C. Mc.Eldery and Elizabeth Forbes. 
Richard M. Waring and Martha Ann Harvey. 
Thomas B. Dashiell and Mary B. BealL 
George Gray and Sarah Mitchell. 
Joseph Jones and Mary Simmons. 
Philemon Jones and Ariana Waters. 
John Ranter and Elizabeth Shirlock. 
Jesse H. D. Wall and Elizabeth B. Walker. 
William McParlin and Casandra Woodward. 
Benjamin Cooley and Mary Howe. 
Joseph W. Kidwell and Mary Ann Moreland. 
Clement Hollvday and Martha M. EL Stone. 
Thomas Sandford and Eleanor Clarke. 
Jonathan Cooksey and Susannah Robinson. 
Zacharia Dunning and Jane Northey. 
Thomas C. Davis and Elizabeth Carrico. 
James Langiey and Ann Tarman. 
Lewis Hilleary and Ann Hall. 



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V 



272 Maryland Marriage Licenses [Oct. 

George BoaweU and Catherine Spalding, 
John Richie and Elisabeth Cater. 
Richard Pilei and Rachel Moreland. 
Bdward L Richards and Matilda Moreland. 
Benjamin Sweeny and Martha Harvey. 

ltnl>crt Paddy and Elizabeth ('age. 
Alexander Smith and Ann Watson. 
Joaiah Wilson and Margaret B. Walls. 
Thomas S. Cage and Susannah I.aw.-nn. 
Thomas Ray and Mary Hook. 
James Richardson and Sarah Demar. 
John Osborn and 101 iza Oafoorn. 

John H. Beanaa and Catherine Edlen. 

Charles E. Osborn and Henrietta Kdelen. 
John Morsell and Dorca> (Ionian. 
Alexos Wood and Martha (Mark. 
Edmund Brooke Jr. and Ellen M. Young. 
James Summers and Mary Hardey. 
Washington G. Boswell and Felly Curten. 
Ixjvi Tayman and Lama Turton. 
Thomas Pindall and Lucy B. Watkins. 
Josiah Davis and Mary M. Greer. 
Joseph Cross and Cecelia Duvall. 
Fielder Watson and Verlinda Brent. 
Basil Lee and Sarah Ann Hurley. 
Thomas Prather and Eliza Marlow. 
Amon Duvall and Lucy Beckett. 
John Cluble and Eleanor Beckett. 
Henry T. Rawlings and Harriet Waters. 
James D. Cobb and Rachel J. Cisil. 
Elisha Gates and Christiana A. Summers. 
Benjamin Pierce and Mary Wood. 
Samuel Cissell and Rebecca V. Williams. 
Daniel Kent and Elizabeth Yates. 
Zephaniah Mitchell and Providence Shipley. 
Fielder Jewell and Jane Ketlin. 
Francis Darcy and Rebecca Darnall. 
William Mason and Caroline Edelen. 
Hugh Perrie and Sarah Cooksey. 
Gamaliel Pease and Frances F. Oliver. 
George Beale and Eliza Bowie. 
Lloyd Pumphrey and Eliza Spalding. 
Benjamin W. Belt and Elton Smith Drane. 
James B. Wilson and Susannah Wilson. 
Thomas Standage and Lucy Arnold. 
Francis Tolson, Jr. and Sarah Middleton. 
Thomas Harill and Ann Somerville. 
William Smith and Sarah Cooksey. 
Dennis Magruder and Frances Fitzgerald. 
William Harvey and Jane Bean. 
Charles Townley the 3d. and Ruth Lanham. 
James Walis and Yirlinder Cecil. 
John Marbury and Elizabeth Somervell. 
Judson Sweeny and Tilly Webster. 
John G. Hove and Mary GrifTen. 
James Padgett and Eleanor Ford. 



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v 



1919] Maryland Marriage Licenses 273 

Jesse Muraii and Elizar>cth Fitzgerald. 

[area] M. Jackson and Mary Ann Duckett. 

Joseph Pope and Mary Marshall. 

Benjamin N. Allen and Sarah Smith Hilleary. 

William ( 'iirtin and Pameiea CulT. 

Zachariafa Walker and Eliza Berry. 

Philip ( tooksey Wat ion «v Margaret Pcrrie ( ey. 

John Arnold and Nancy I );i\ 

Richard Ayton and Ann I'crry. 

Fielder Cross and Martha DuvalL 
Hesekeah Curtain and Martina Langley. 

Aquila Harden and Sarah Hayes. 

Walter Linch and Ann Wat.-nn. 

William Jones and Elizabeth Padgett. 

.John H. Beall and Ann P. Clarke. 

William Coates and Hepsey Acton. 

Francis Anderson and Eliza Duvall. 

Richard L. Humphreys & Chloe Eleanor Tip[>ett. 

Thomas W. Beall and Margaret J. Wilson. 

John Mitchell and Mary Lanharn. 

Theadore O'Neal and Susannah Neal. 

Fielder Smith Hyon and Elisabeth Duckett. 

Zachariah Mangun and Elisabeth Welling. 

Thomas B. (Iwynn and Elizabeth A. Gardiner. 

Philip Miller and Elisabeth Veitch. 

Edward Mitchell and Ann Richardson. 

Joseph Peaks and Ann Adams. 

William A. Gover and Verlinder P. Sasscer. 

Edward Dixon and Elizabeth I^inham. 

George I>anham and Barbara Dixon. 

George Jenkins and Harriot Scott. 

Theodore Hutchinson and Mary Kidwcll. 

James D. Barrette and Lucy Beall. 

Richard Abigail and Ellen Riddle. 

James Linch and Sarah Padgett. 

Joshua Watson and Elisabeth A. Perrie. 

Underwood Sasser and Elisabeth W. Wall. 

Isaac H. Brown and Margaret Mangun. 

Robert W. Bowie and Catherine I Hinsdale. 

Samuel Dorsele and Priscilla Fowler. 

Francis Darnall and Mary Hill. 

Thomas Shaw and Mazy Upton. 

Samuel Parker and Sarah B. Williams. 

Henry Hazard and Clariet Jones. 

Zadock Riston and Mary Ann King. 

Richard Snowden and Louisa Victoria Warfield. 

Walter Trueman Greenfield Beall and Amelia Beall 

Van Horn. 
William Jones and Eleanor Prather. 
George Dunlop and Catherine Oden. 
Charles Hill and Susanna Clagett. 
George Webster and Hetty Moreland. 
Benjamin Lee and Mary Dolly Reynolds. 
EUsha Berry and Deborah Summers. 
John Lindsay and Mary Barnes. 
Michael Dearer and Elizabeth Powers. 



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II 



274 Maryland Marriage Licenses [Oct. 

He/.ekiah Miller and Cloc Ann Middleton. 

Benjamin Havener a n<l Ruth Summers. 
William Kidwell and Eunice Ann '1'homas. 
Abraham Clarke and Maria Clarke. 
Clement Craycroft and Sully Calliooe [?Carricol. 

Aquila D. Hyatt and Mrs. Susan Meek* 
John L. Davis and Eleanor Coc. 

.John Mayo and Ann E. Berry. 

Dr. Grafton Hanson and Arabella Beck. 

Timothy N. Yaill and Louisa .Jones. 

George Kidwell and Sarah Greer. 

John Bignall and Jane Gates. 

John L Lynch and Rebecca Hayes. 

Vincent Gray and Elizabeth Jenkins. 

Benjamin Berry of Win. and Elizabeth C. Sasccr. 

William Bcanes and Catherine Fairall. 

Aquila Baden and Elisabeth Barnes. 

Clement^T. Hilleary of Frederick County and Hen- 
rietta B. Mulliken of Prince George's County. 
Dec. 5, Colmore Williams of Montgomery County and 

Marial II. Williams of Prince George's County. 

James Newman and Henrietta Booye. 

Aquila I.anham of Montgomery County and Eliza- 
beth Jones of Prince George's County. 

Henry Sopcr and Mrs. Sarah Locker. 

Isaac Beers and Milly Webster. 

Thomas Sascer and Dorinda E. Berry. 

William Wood and Margaret Felter. 

Cornelius I^angly and Sarah Clubb. 

Reasen Allen and Charity Young. 

James King and Elizabeth Gray. 

William E. Pumphrcy and Sarah Ann Spalding. 

Darius Gray and Mary Clubb. 

Menassah Beall and Mary Price. 

Jacob Riddle and Mary Anderson. 

Benjamin Watson and Juliet Beaven. 

Benjamin Sheckles and Mary Burch. 

John B. Trucman and Catherine B. Estep. 

Richard Peirce and Rhodea Beane. 

Washington Brooke and Margaret Harvey. 

William T. Wootton and Margaret Hall. 

William Darnall and Elizabeth Sopcr. 

Jacob Riddle and Sarah Anderson. 

James Webster and Sarah Adams. 

Fielder Hawkins Ferrall <fc Ann Lanham. 

John Heath and Elizabeth D. Deakins. 

Zadock Brashcars and Ann Armegen. 

Richard II. Hall and Harriete Kent. 

James Mitchell and Lucy Lanham. 

Michael Mudd and Juliann Boarman. 

Edward Sansbury and Harriet Turner. 

John Watson and Susannah Wilson. 

Theodore Garner and Mary Ann Mudd. 

Victor Bycr and Sarah Duvall. 

Jacob Jeanes and Lcatha Hood. 

Samuel L. Hamilton and Elizabeth M. Hill. 



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V 



1919) Maryland Marriage Licenses 275 

John M. Smith and Priseilla Watson. 

Theodore Wrn. Mauris; and Margaret Matilda 

Bdelen. 
John B. Bdelin and Cerroliiic M. Bowman. 
Lloyd Simpson ;ind Elizabeth Fowler. 
Theodora Cook and Eleanor Mullikm. 

Alexander Mitchell and Ann Simpson. 
John Sweeney and Mary Duvall. 

David Hoovern and Oathorine Miller. 

Henry Harwood of Nichs. and Marin Harwood. 

John Sefton and Mary Harwood. 

Jonas Gibbons and Sarah Cover Haden. 

Benjamin Bwann and Elisabeth Phelps. 

William Wallace and Maria Thomas. 

Edward Griffin and Frances Ryon. 

Caleb Gibson and Susannah M[e]rrit. 

Reverdy Johnson and Mary M. Bowie. 

Charles Taylor and Virlinder Eaatep. 

John S. Marlow and Elizabeth Ann Bayne. 

James Hill and Phoebe Garner. 

John M. Veitch and Caroline Morsell. 

Bennett Lome and Rebecca Deakins. 

Alexander Soper and Mary Ann Mahew. 

William Dulany and Margaret Cutch< • 

Jeremiah Wells and Mary Becket. 

Thomas Wirt and Sarah Mitchell. 

Hezekiah Anderson and Elizabeth Cooke. 

Zadock Robinson and Johanna Ann Townshcud. 

Levi Vermillion and Martha Sansberry. 

James Savage and Eresmen Fell Lewis. 

Peter Sprigg and Philis Hurry. 

Levin Broten Brightwell and Sarah Lamar. 

Philip C. Watson and Elisabeth Darnall. 

Henry Jones and Elizabeth Butler. 

William C. Watson and Mary Ann Gibbons. 

James Cook and Ruth Deakins. 

Geo. Washington Duvall <fc Elizabeth Hill Soper. 

Alexander Gibbons and Ann Gibbon^ 

Benjamin Belt and Ann Wilson. 

Elisha Burgess and Mary Harvey. 

John G. Summers and Sarah Ann Dyer. 

John Guyn and Ann Eliza Dyer. 

Abraham Jones and Elizabeth Basford [both of A. 

A County]. 
John Waring and Jane B. Magruder. 
Samuel Duckett and Eleanor Wellins. 
Robert Marshall and Ann Berry. 
John Read Magruder, Jr. and Eliza Waring. 
Robert H. Stewart and Elizabeth Cross. 
Joseph Fowler and Lucinia Ann Lewis. 
George H. Keerl and Susanna Mundell. 
Samuel Studman and Margaret Mitchell. 
Zachariah Berry, Jr. and Priscilla M. Gantt. 
George Beane and Maranda Prather. 
Edward Penn and Elizabeth Beall. 



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18. — Editob. 


VOL. LXXIII. 



t? Aug. 22.— Editob. 



18 



276 Maryland Marriage Licenses [( )ct. 

1820, Juno 3, James Cooper and Matilda Pndgett. 

Thomas Powors and Ann Smallwood. 
Agustus Small wood and Hilly Swan. 
Thomas Tillman and Elenor Wri ton. 
George Craycraft and Eliza Taylor. 
John Ward and Susan Higdon. 
Joseph Stewart and Maria Watkins. 
Francis Procter and Lucy Savoy. 
Benedict Thorn and Ann Jenkins. 
Lewis Greene and Mary Taylor. 
William Lanham and Tabitha Beall. 
Dennis Magruder and Mary Ann Beard. 
Ixjvi Botcler and Mary Ann Wilcoxen. 
William Kelly and Mariah A. Brooke. 
Henry Wilson and Martha Fairall. 
Henry Tenley and Eliza Talbert. 
John B. Spalding and Nancy I>anebut. 
Samuel Godman and Roena Baldwin. 
William Jenkins and Elizabeth E. Jones. 
John Hinksy and Nelly Mockeboy. 
Mordica Jacob and Wiley Isaac. 
George Harbin and Elizabeth Frazier. 
Thomas G. Brightwell and Wiley Stamp. 
George A. Barnes and Susan C. Phillips. 
Thomas Cater and Mary Winkler. 
Richard W. Mc.Phusan and Hellen Elizabeth 

Parker. 
Adderton Sweeney and Ann Simpson. 
William JefFerson and Edeline D. Tippett. 
Robert Hardesty and Mary Ann Cook. 
Theodore Jones and Rachel Crawford. 
Samuel Iliggins Hamilton k Mary Ann Peach. 
Walter Fenley and Susanna Lindsey. 
Walter Deakins and Rebecca Upton. 
Nathaniel Weeden and Sarah Jones. 
David Middleton and Ann Guinn. 
Colemore Fry and Mary Darcey. 
Richard A. Perrie and Elisabeth Worrovill. 
Joshua Gates and Elizabeth Fairall. 
Richard B. Taylor and Sarah Ann Mullikin. 
Thomas King and Elizabeth Thompson. 
Joseph Isaac and Mary Williams. 
Hanson Thompson and Sarah Goddard. 
Baley Digges and Elizabeth Lawson. 
Samuel Barron and Rebecca G. Davis. 
Findel Claston and Elizabeth Soper. 
William Richards and Cindrilla Habin. 
William Strickland and Sophia Ryon. 
Erasmus Perry and Ruth Ann Williams. 
Benjamin Duvall Jr. and Rebecca Soper. 
John L. Frazier and Elizabeth Sarah Lovelace. 
Arthur Pue [or Pru] West and Ellen Oden. 
Archibald Jenkins and Elizabeth Webster. 
William Howard and Priscilla Coberth. 
Aaron Dver, Jr. and Sarah Thompson. 
William C. Beard and Matilda H. Johns. 



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1010] Maryland Marriage I Accuses 277 

William Gardiner and Matilda Thompson . 
Clement Baden and Eleanor Waring. 
James Sebum and Miss Richards. 
Benjamin Hay and Sarah Moreland. 
William Phelps and Nancy Simpson. 
James Pumphrey and Sarah Beck. 
Richard Cook and Margaret Ann Montgomery. 
John B. Brooke and Ararninta Carroll. 
James Tcnnctt and Verlinda Townshend. 
Francis Corfriest and Henrietta Greer. 
Thomas P. II. Cawood and Caroline Howie. 
Horatio Club and Elizabeth Small wood. 
Philip Merrill and Willy Oliver. 
James Webster and Sarah Kdelen. 
Hugh Pcrrie and Ann N. Tarman. 
William Richardson and Priscilla Estep. 
William Beckett and Roscner S. Duvall. 
Joshua Selvin and Mary Ann White. 
John L. Estep and Mary Ann Selby. 
Nathaniel T. Cooksey and Martha Kid well. 
John B. Hutchison and Susannah Spalding. 
Theodore Tippett and Mary Robey. 
John A. Suit and Jane Young. 
Colmore Jenkins and Eleanor Harvey. 
Richard H. Ix)cker and Hessy Ridgway. 
Peter B. Hatton and Elizabeth J. I^ambert. 
Asa Anderson and Elizabeth Wells. 
Thomas Padgett and Ann Hill. 
Edward Loyd Penn and Mary Ann Waring. 
Richard Johnson and Drady Simpson. 
Benjamin Tayman and Caroline Vinabill. 
John Ball and Elizabeth Mayhew. 
Peoly Brown and Rebecca D, Magruder. 
Isidore Gardiner and Harriet Mudd. 
John L. Pierce and Elizabeth Ann Estep. 
Elcma Beall and Maria Jones. 
Richard Smith Rawlings and Ann Perry. 
W T illiam Courts and Eliza Mitchell. 
Richard Wright and Susan Hayden. 
John H. Tayman and Mary Elizabeth Greenfield. 
Joshua N. Gardiner and Susan Winfield. 
John Dodson and Joana Diggs. 
Charles Allen and Susannah Thomas. 
Thomas Eversfield and Mary Ann Hodges. 
Wm. Holliday and Ann Ixn'elace. 
Hickerson Mockbee and Lethea Willson. 
William Dowell and Fanny Stallings. 
William Langley and Ann Mobley. 
Tilghman Scott and Elizabeth Van Suveriegh Car- 
ter. 
Zacharia Baldwin and Mary Ann Mecks. 
Samuel Peach and Caroline Hamilton. 
Tilghman Crawford and Martha Ann Isaacs. 
Smith Martin and Catherine Burch. 
Tilghman Hazle and Nancy Ridgway. 
.Ignatius Hunter and Sarah Smith. 



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Thomas Cahaly and Hiiahtttli RaimlL 
Thoni.'is Jodm and Dorcat Maria Jenkins. 
George Gloyd and Rel>ecca Seags 
Washington Berry and ESlisa T William 
William Woodvilfa and Elisabeth Ogle. 

.John Phelps and Mary ( irin. 
William Wedgfl and Ann Tippett. 
Henry L. Coombs and LotUSS I). Sea ton. 

Joseph Dunlop, Jr. and Mana Boswefl. 
Henry L. Coombf and Louisa D. Beaton. 
Richard A. Semmes and Pennelia Webster. 
Michael B. Carroll and .lane M. Worthington. 

Henry Fulkl and Ann Dodson. 

Samuel Culver and Margaret Ann Thompson. 

Rezin Beck and Btirahfttn Ann Walker. 

William H. ( Jailor and Ruth Barron. 

Benjamin (Men, Jr. and Henrietta I'. Waring. 

Henry Salisbury and Ann Johnson. 
Joseph So per and Priscilla Pope. 
Samuel G. Heck and Susan Ann Hall. 

John Fairall and Elisabeth Hopkins. 
Elijah Gardiner and Mary Ann Langley. 

Martin Dooling and Arm Sarah Jenkins. 
John Stewart and Lydia Anderson. 
Nicholas Blandford and Celia Atcherson. 

Barton Duvall and Miranda Isaac 

John White and Susan J. Beckett. 

Hezekiah Monroe and Rebecca Simpson. 

James Godfrey Jones and Rebecca Church. 

William J. Belt and Ellen N. Bowie. 

Alexius Gray and Priscilla Vermillion. 

George W. Hyde and Henrietta Webster. 

Thomas Mitchell and Eleanor Scrivncr. 

Theodore Ryon and Nancy Baldwin. 

Samuel Ratcliff and Margaret Waters. 

Thomas (ireenwell and Rachel Arminger. 

Levin Oliver and Milburn Merrill. 

Richard Sansbury and Sarah Ann Adams. 

William F. Masters and Priscilla Ann Jenkins. 

Dennis Sherbert and Harriot Club. 

Samuel Knighten and Lucretia Cattnan. 

Dennis M. Williams and Margaret H. Hall. 

Baruch Mulliken and Sophia Margaret Oden. 

Paul Talbcrt and Matilda Fowler. 

Thomas King and Cassandia Riston. 

John Johnson, Jr. and Mary Tyler 

Philip Plummer and Annie Maria Waters. 

Richard P. Hall and Ann Maria Luckland. 

Thomas W. Morris and Caroline Maria Calvert. 

John T. Wall and Catherine Estop. 

Allen Mc. Daniel and Sarah Osbourn. 

Jas. B. C. Thornton and Margt. Williammina 

Gantt. 
James Richardson and Sarah Ann Richards. 
Philip Hall and Susan Mitchell. , 

James Harrison and Susanna Elizabeth Baden. 



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1019] Mount Drsrrt Church Records 270 

Richard B. Walker and Mary DuraH. 
Thomas Bhearlock and Catherine Jane Barley. 
Alexander MundeU and Caroline I>. Hodge 
Benedict J. Simmes and Elisabeth Emily Edelen, 
Joseph Cross and ffophia Duckett. 
Benjamin Harvey :iri( l Barbara Arnold. 

Judson Scott and Ann OsboUIlL 

William Tolson and Mary Hoxton. 

Levin W. Skolly and Caroline Boteler. 

George Buchanan and Ixjana Batson. 

John Alexander Gibbons and Mulvina Gibbons. 

Hczekiah Johnson and Sarah Robey. 

Hugh W. Drummond and Matilda Walker. 

Henry Wall and Sarah ('ox. 

Richard Waters and Susanna RawlingS. 

George N. Walls and Sarah Clubb. 

Joseph Fowler of Wm. and Elisabeth Pumphrer 

George Jones and Sally Bryan. 

John Wells and Elizabeth Beall. 

William O. Jones and Ann Belby. 

Alexander Gibson and Mary Ann Watson. 

Henry W r alker and Rachel Walker. 

Henry Tayman and Mary King. 

John Alvy and Rebecca Suit. 

John Contce and Ann I,ouisa Snowden. 

Michael Devon and Eleanor Kstcp. 

Christopher C. Hyatt and Catherine Culver. 

Johnson Maan and Susan Estcp. 

Robert Ellis and Mary M. Brooke. 

Hanson Renn and Jane Contce Marburv. 

William L. Kennedy and Henrietta J. Hill. 

Bilzey Rickerind and Rosilla Harvin. 



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RECORDS OF THE FIRST CHURCH OF MOUNT DESERT, 

MAINE, 1792-1S67 

Communicated by BSLYIM Thomas Williston of Snmervillo, Mmi 

The fust permanent English settlement on the island of Mount 
Desert was made in 1702, when Abraham Somes of Gloucester, Mass., 
who had made a trip to the island in the preceding year for barrel 
staves, came back with his wife and four children and built a log 
house near the head of Somes Sound. Other settlers followed, and 
in 1776 they began to hold district meetings, in accordance with 
an act of the Massachusetts General Court authorizing unincor- 
porated plantations in Maine to hold meetings, choose officers, and 
transact business "as if they were incorporated into a town." On 
17 Feb. 17S9 the Plantation of Mount Desert was incorporated as 
the Town of Mount Desert, the territory of the new town com- 

•? Feb. 3. — Editor. t' Feb. 4. — Editor. 



V 



280 Mount Desert Church Record* (<)<:t. 

prising tho entire island of Mount I h the smaller islands 

adjacent. On 23 Feb. 17% the northern portion of the town . 
set ofT as the Town of Eden. On 10 Mar. L830 the Cranberry 
Islands with some neighboring isles were set ofT from Mount Desert 
and incorporated as the Town of Cranberry Isles. On 3 June 1848 
the southern part of Mount Desert was incorporated ifl the Town of 
Manselj a name which was changed, 8 Aug. 1848, to Trernont. 
This last-mentioned town was divided in Feb. 1905, Vfhen the e I tern 
part was set ofT and incorporated as tin; Town of Southwest Harbor. 
Five towns, therefore, now occupy the territory which in 17S ( .) was 

incorporated as the Town of Mount Des e r t .* 

It was thirty years after the first English settlement on the island 
and more than three years after the incorporation of the town that 
the first church was organized, 17 Oct. 1702. "Without the aid of 
council and without any minister present, but following instructions 
furnished by a Rev. Samuel McClintock of Greenland, X. IF, eight 
women and six men, living at or near Southwest Harbor, subscribed 
their names to a covenant and organized as the Mount De 
Congregational Church. It was two years more before they were 
visited by an ordained minister, Rev. Samuel Eaton of Harpswell, 
when they adopted a new covenant and observed for the first time 
the Lord's Supper."! 

From the records of this church the following entries have been 
extracted by Miss Mary Ann Carroll of Southwest Harbor, who has 
served as clerk of the church since 18G7. Maiden names of some of 
the married women have been supplied by Miss Carroll and have 
been, with the usual parentheses to indicate them, enclosed in 
brackets. Other information given by Miss Carroll has been placed 
in footnotes. 

A Record of the Church of Christ in the 
Town of Mount dkseht 

The Gethcring and forming of a Church in the Town of Mount desert and 
the Procedings thereof begain on October the 17th Day in the vear of our 
Lord 1792 . . . 

having Received Instruction from the Rcvrend Mr Samuel Macclintock 
with a Covenant — a number of us appinted the 17th Day of October in the 
year of our Lord 1792 for a Day of fasting and Prayer; for the Purpose of 
forming our Selves into a Church A Profess to take Christ for our head. 

Accordingly being assembled and meet together we Signed the following 
Covenant . . . 
in testimony of our free and full consent to this Declaration profession and 

*It should be stated, also, that Thompson's Island, lying in Mount Desert Narrows between 
Mount Desert Island and the mainland, was. with a small portion of Mount Desert Island, set 
off from Eden, 27 June 18-19. and annexed to Trenton on the mainland. In 1838 an ephemeral 
town called ^oavillc was formed out of Rurtlett's Island and other inlands lying west of Mount 
Desert; but on 24 Feb. 1859 the act of incorporation was repealed. Rartlett's Island was restored 
to the town of Mount Desert, and Hardwood and Tinker's Islands were annexed to 
Trernont. 

tMount Desert, by the late Rev. George E. Street. D.D.. pp. 231-232. From this book moat 
of the information given above has been taken, and to it the reader is referred for an instructive 
and entertaining history of the island and for genealogies of some of the early settler*. A list 
of intentions of marriage in Mount Desert. 1789-1809. may be found in Bandar Historical Maja- 
tine, vol. 5, pp. 143-145. 






V 



1919] 



Mount Desert (Jhurch Records 



2S1 



Kngadgment we have subscribed our; 
year 1792 



this 17 Day of October in the 



females 

Rachel Richardson 
Rachel Wasgatt 

Mary Dodge 
Hannah Gott 

Elizabeth Gott 

Margaret Richardson 
Ruth Norwood* 
Nancy Athcrton 

Admitted 
Aug. 14, 1794 



it lis 



Malsi 
Jamef Richardson 

June 30, 1841 Thomas Richardson 
Oct 7, 1823 Davis Wasgatt 

Nathaniel Gott 
May 10, 1M1 Ezra II. Dodge 
Sept. 28, 1803 Paul D. Bargentf 

Daniel Richard>on 



Nov. 

Apr. 

Sept. 



10, 

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4. 



1794 
1795 
179G 



July 23, 1797 



Nov. 12, 1797 



June 24, 1798 



Sept. 16, 1798 



Drill.* 

Dec. 12, L807 

Feb. 17, 1813 

Nov. 27, L843 
.Jan. 27, 1841 
Mar. 26, L848 

Jan. 12, 1839 



Mary Manchester 
Jacob Lurvey and 
Samuel Hadlock 

Mrs. Harni:ih Lurvey from the Church 

in Bjrfield 

Daniel' Gott 
Aaron Bunker 

Eunice ( iilley 

Sarah Bunker 

Hannah Hunker 

Rubin Noble 

Daniel Gott, Jr.J 

George Richardson § 

Mrs. Hannah Noble 

Thomas Manchester 

Hannah Manchester 

Sally Hadlock 

Joseph Gott 

Samuel Bowden 

Lydia Gott 

Louis Hadlock 

Charles Gott 

Jonathan Hadlock 

Fetter Gott 

Isaac Gott 

Daniel Tarr 

Silas Parker Excumated 1804 

William Rich Dto 

Thomas Summers dismised Apr. 30, 

1804 
Benjm. Gott 
Susanna Gott 
Polly Richardson 
Sally Noble 
Rachel Wasgatt 
Elizabeth Manchester 
Esther Tarr 
Hannah Lurvey 

•She died Nov. 3, 1836. according to a list of deaths. 
tThia name is crossed out in the original reeorcj. 
Jin another entry the place of death in ^iven as Beach Hill. 
|In another entry it is stated that he was "drowued off Little Cranberry 
Williston's house." 

|In another entry the date is given as Aug. 10, 1832. 





Died 




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25, 


1857 


Sept. 


Hi 


1853 


Sept. 


24, 


1S54 


Apr. 


1. 


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8, 


1814 


1 eb. 




1821 


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1843 


Feb. 




1821 


June 




1S29 


Dec. 


4. 


U 


Jan. 


27, 


1S61 


Nov. 


13, 


1861 


Oct. 


1, 


1861 


Apr. 


29, 


18 


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10, 


1831|| 
1861 


July 


6, 


1M4 
1S05 


Mar. 


31, 


1S39 


Mar. 


27, 


18G6 



May 29, 1S44 



Apr. 11, 



1824 

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Island near Mr. 



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Mount Drsnt (Jfiurch Record' 



[Oct. 



Admitted 



Nov. 
Sept. 



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1799 



Oct. 27, 1799 



July 13. 1800 



Oct. 5. 1800 



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July 


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July 


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July 


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1803 



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July 29, 1803 



June 15, 1808 



13, 
25, 



Luce Richardson 

( 'iiarity Gott 
Siis;uiiKt I.urvey 
Charity Gott, 2d 
Susanna Noble 

Either Richardson 
Rachel Richardson 
Comfort [(Tarr)] Peraald 
Prudence Rich 

Hannah Appleton 

Margrat Bowden 
Preeua Noble 

Hannah Beaton 

Peggy Rich 

Francis Aj)pleton 
Benjm. Benson 

Knoch Richardson 
Nancy Kufnell 
Elisabeth Richardson 
Sarah Ward 
Mary Heath 
Richard Heath 
Lucy Tucker 
Else Summers 
Judith Richardson Some* 
Daniel Somes 
James Somes 
Clarasa Somes 
Mrs. Sarah Wentworth 
Deborah Gott 
Tamisan freeman 
Roda Freeman 
Stephen Norwood 
John G. Richardson 
George Butler 
George Freeman 
Simeon Millican 
Benjm. Sawyer 
Bettsy Somes 
Sail}' Hodgdon 
Susanna Millican 
Phebe Millican 
Mrs. Harmon 
Augustus Rufnel 
Rev. Ebenezcr Eaton 
Silas Parker confeseed A was restored 
Dr. Benj. Kendall Kittredge 
& wife Mrs. Sally Kittredge from 
Penobscot through Sartifacut 
The date of admission of the following persons cannot be found. 

Rev. Micah Strickland.! 
Mary Lurvey Stanley Jan. 14, 1843 

•Another entry reads: July 23. lS3t>. 

tJamea ltichardson. Clerk of the Church, died in 1S07. BttWMB the year* IS03 and 1816 
no admiiuiions were recorded. These persons, known to be church members, were probably 
admitted during that period. 



Mar. 

Mar. 
June 

Aug. 



1 >()'.) 
1837 

1V;0 

1831 
1831 



Sept. 


10, 


1S47 


July 


23/ 




Mar. 


I, 


1813 


Aug. 




1836 


Jan. 


29, 


1829 


Apr. 


18, 


1S44 


Dec. 


•> 


1S54 


Mar. 


20, 


1871 


Jan. 


27, 


1S50 


June 


o, 


1859 


Nov. 


17, 


1812 


Oct. 


IS, 


1849 


May 


27, 


1S57 


June 


1. 


1S41 


Dec. 


4, 


1857 


May 


5, 


1S71 












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283 



Admitted 









Rachel Lurvey i SanoU 








Hannah Mareeys, 2<1 








Susanna Richardaoo Jordan 








J )e&. Oliver Eiigginfl 








I )c:i. 1 );ivid King 

Den. Thomas Richardson 
Abigail Eatoo 
Spencer Holmes 
Tobias Fernald 
Peggy Richardson 
Sally Hunker 
Tabitha Thompson 


Sept. 


29, 


1810 


Sully [(Stanley)] Williston 


a 


«< 


tt 


Enoch Lurvey 


(i 


a 


II 


Jacob Lurvey 


N 


ii 


(4 


Isaac Lurvey 


it 


<« 


N 


Nathaniel Gott, 2d 


a 


<< 




James BlOWD 




ii 


II 


Elizabeth Stanley 


n 


(• 


II 


Joanna Stanley 


U 


• ■ 


II 


Mary Dcnsmorc* 


ii 


• 


II 


Abigail ((Gilley)] Lurvey 


<• 


ii 


II 


Phebe Noble 


u 


1 1 


II 


Jane [(Dodge)] Gott 


«( 


a 


II 


Abigail [(Dodge)] Lurvey 


(< 


M 


(< 


Priscilla Bunker 


It 


> • 


II 


Pamelia Noble 


l< 


II 


n 


Martha Ii. Athertonf 


<< 


II 


tt 


Betsy [(Atherton)] Hutchings 


II 


1 1 


tt 


Fanny [(Spurting)] Stanley 


II 


u 


II 


Rhode [(Lurvey)] Bunker 


II 


tt 


<< 


Judith [(Gott)] Cates 


Oct. 


6, 


1816 


Samuel Lurvey 


<< 


M 


a 


Benj. Gott, Jr. 


1 1 


• • 


it 


Hannah Gott 


<< 


1 1 


a 


Elizabeth Somes 


<< 


II 


a 


Cornelias Wasgatt§ 


ii 


.. 


it 


Comfort [(Manchester)] Stanley 


ii 




.. 


Jane Gott 


ii 


II 


u 


Betsy Brown || 


<< 


II 


tt 


Deborah GottU 


(i 


(i 


it 


Polly Richardson 


ii 


it 


it 


Harriet Richardson 


ii 


« < 


it 


Polly Richardson 2d** 


ii 


II 


a 


Peggy Richardson 


July 


I, 


1S21 


Calvin Kittredgcft 


July 


8, 


1821 


Susanna Miliken 


ti 


ii 


ii 


Abigail Sawyer 



Died 

June 11, 1SS1 



Feb. 1870 

Aug. 11, 1880 
1 355 
Dec. 16, l 



Oct 



1 839 



Aug. 


16, 


1868 


Nov. 


3, 


187D 


Aug. 


25, 


1830 


Apr. 


21, 


1876 


Oct 


22, 


1867 


' 


H, 


L£ 


June 


25, 


IS.", 7 


Jan. 


19, 


181 


Apr. 


13, 


1852 


Sept. 


18, 


1SGG 


Nov. 


19, 


1SG0 


Sept. 


20, 


1887 


June 




1876 


Aug. 


20, 


1864 


Dec. 


Hi 


1884 


Nov. 


19, 


LSI'.' 


Jan. 




1 B59{ 


Dec. 




18 


Jan. 




1870 


Feb. 


23, 


1S70 


June 


21, 


1S69 


Sept 


16, 


1890 


Nov. 


16, 


1896 


Dec. 


4, 


1S57 


Nov. 


17, 


1851 


Sept. 


5, 


LSi."> 


Aug. 


26, 


1851 


Oct. 


20, 


1838 


May 




1S79 


July 


IS, 


1S52 


May 


2 


1862 



•Another entry reads: "Mary Denbow," and another reads: "Mrs. Mary Mayo." 

fDied in h hmpitll for the insane. 

{Another entry reads: "Jan. 1S54." 

5 Removed to California. 

IThis name is taken from another list. 

^Another entry reads: "Deborah Gott (Clark.)" 

"Another entry reads: "Mrs. Polly Mason." 

ttTaken from another entry. See also under July I, 1S23. 






\ 



28-1 

Admitted 

July 8, 182] 
June 14, 1823f 



a 
u 
n 



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it 
a 
a 
a 
tt 
it 
n 

a 
n 

ti 



it 



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Sept. 14, 

May 23, 

(( u 

July IS, 

Sept. 19, 

<< ii 

June 8, 

July 19, 

n a 



a 
a 

n 
a 
tt 
n 
n 
a 
a 
a 
a 



June 21, 1823 



a 



July 1, 1823 
July 8, 1823 



a 



July 15, 1S23 
u tt tt 



Aug. 17, 1823 
Sept. 7, 1S23 



1S23 

1824 



tt 



1824 

1S24 
n 

1826 
1S28 



Mount Desert Church Records 



Samuel Milliken* 
Hosea Kittrcdge 

Win. s. Richarason 

otis Richardson Died at Sea 

Rachel Somst 

Hutli Higgins 

Narwy Biggins 

Eliza Richardson 
Thankful Cousins 

Sally Milikcn 
Hannah Robbing 
Susanna Pray 
Joanna Somes 
Olive Higgins* 
Sylvanus Higgins 
I^ambert Marcyes 
John Smith 
Eunice Higgins 
Sally Higgins 
Dianna Norwood 

Sally Mayot 

Hannah Marcyesf 

Jane HigginsJ 

Lovina Higginst§ 

Calvin Kittredge 

Samuel Milican 

Rebecca Hopkins^ 

Amos Thompson 

William Higgins 

Richard Higgins 

Luther Higgins 

Dea. Bcnj. Atherton|| Dis. to Bluehill 

Sept. 23, 18G6 
Anne Hodgdon 
Phebc Higgins 
Hannah Cousins 
Klisha Cousins 
Isaac Mayo 
Ephrain Higgins 
Annie Smith 
Hannah Reed 
Timothy Smallidge 
Anne Heed 
Sarah Peach 
Nancy Hodgdon 
Rhoda Rich 
Mary Holmes 
Sally Gott 
John Rich 
Joseph Gilley^ 



•«>■• 



Taken from another entry. See also under July 8. 1823. 

fAnother entry gives the date as June 15, 1823. 

tAnother entry gives July 15. 1823. as the date of admission. 

^Dismissed to Sedgwick. 

lAnother entry reads: "Dcnj. Atherton, Jr." 

^Another entry reads: "lost at Sea." 



!),,,] 







1^ 


Mar. 


20, 


1^ 


Oct. 


10, 


1849 


Mar. 




l- 


Aug. 


8, 


1840 


Jan. 


23, 


1862 


Jan. 


27, 


18->S 


Dec. 


17, 


1831 



Sept. 4, 1883 
May 1G, 1841 



Apr. 
June 



1884 



Jan. 


19, 


1892 


Apr. 


4, 


1855 


July 


26, 


1841 


June 




1834 


Oct. 


27, 


18 


Apr. 


17, 


1SS0 


July 


5, 


18S9 


Mar. 


6, 


1833 


Apr. 




1S71 


Apr. 




1880 


Sept. 


J.). 


1850 


Mar. 


20, 


1839 


Dec. 


1, 


1S48 


Dec. 


is, 


1832 


Dec. 




1825 


Mar. 


18, 


1877 


Apr. 


21, 


1861 


Sept. 


10, 


1834 


May 


25, 


1876 


Apr. 


0, 


1S76 


Feb. 


23, 


1828 


Oct. 


1, 


1S75 
1849 



V 



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285 



Admitted 
July 19, 1828 

II 



II 

u 

tt 
n 
II 



It 
it 

tt 
II 
It 
II 



Aug. 17, 
<< a 

it a 
it it 

Sept. 28, 

Dec. 4, 

it 

it 
tt 

8, 

18, 
a 

a 

a 



a 

a 
tt 
tt 



May 

Nov. 
tt 



n 



Feb. 
Feb. 
June 



a 



is, 

24, 

13, 

tt 

a 



June 16, 



it 
a 
a 
ti 
a 
tt 



June 

it 



a 
a 
a 

u 



tt 
II 
It 
II 
It 
II 
tl 

19, 

a 

a 
a 
it 
a 
a 



n 
ti 



u 



1828 

14 



It 
tl 
II 



1828 

1828 



tt 
n 
tt 



1S29 
1832 



a 



it 



1833 
1833 
1833 



tt 



1S33 

it 



a 
tt 

a 

it 
tt 
n 
ti 



1833 
n 



n 
n 
a 
it 



Benj. (lilloy 

Abigail [(Parker)] Gilley 

Abigail Manchester Gilley 
Sarah Newman 

Peggy* Qott 

Sophia Athcrtonf 

Susanna Brown 

Joshua Eaton 
Betsy Tucker 
Phcbe Manchester 

Susanna Ladd Candage 

Sally Ladd 

Joanna Gott 

Ann ((Gott)] Parker 

Levi Robinson 

Butler Hamblen 

Robert Gott 

Rhode [(Gott)] Hamblen 

Nancy [(Lopaus)] Richardson t 

Hannah [(Lopaus)] Richardson 

Lydia Kittrcdge 

Mary Ann Kittrcdge 

John Somes 

Jacob Alley 

Benj. Whiting Kittrege 

Henry Iceland § 

John Kittrcdge 

Mary Gott 

Jonathan Newman 

William Nutter 

Susanna Brown 

Lydia Gott 

Edward Sawyer 

Peter Gott, Lost in Cape Ann Gale 

Herrick Eaton 

James Alley 

Benj. S. Freeman 

Joseph Sherman 

Daniel Smith 

Reuben F. Dodged 

Isreal Athcrton 

Ethelany Five 

Charlotte Murphy** 

Lucy MeMullen 

Hannah Galley 

Daty Rich 

Eliza Sawyer 

Saphronia Sawyer 

Judith [(Freeman)] Atherton 



•Another entry reads: "Margaret." 

tDismissed to Rockland. Juno 23. 18(36. 

JAnother entry reads: "Mancy Richardson (Clark.)" 

IDistnuwed to FUuehill. Mar. IS. 1S40. 

lAnother entry reads: "Dec. 28. 1844." 

^Dismissed to Sedgwick. Me.. July 5. 1840. 

••Mre. Joseph Murphy. 









Sept. 


9, 


1S75 


Apr. 


27, 


1849 


Aug. 


5, 


1881 


Bept. 




] 5 


Aug. 


12, 


1831 


Mar. 


8, 


1^ 


Dec. 


14, 


L887 


1 Vr. 


16, 


U 


July 


It, 


1867 


Apr. 




1854 


Aug. 




1867 


Sept. 


3, 


1903 


May 


9 


1850 


June 


12, 


1863 


Dec. 




184] 


Aug. 


6, 


1859 


Oct. 


17, 


1851 


Oct. 


23, 


1 835 


Nov. 




1890 



Feb. 9, 1849 

Apr. 12, 1861 

May 18, 1892 

Jan. 3, 1SS2 

Dec. 22, 184411 

Sept. 5, 1 

May 2, 1855 

June 1 SS3 

Sept. 23, 1882 

Dec. 15, 1839 



Sept. 


27, 


1S59 


Feb. 


25, 


1S33 


June 


3, 


1845 


May 




1S34 


Sept. 


10, 


1S52 


Sept. 


24, 


1SS3 


Sept. 




1844 


Apr. 


2G, 


1888 



Sept. 5, 1S95 



V 



June 
<< 


19, 

tt 


1S33 


u 


n 


it 


it 


a 


it 


June 

May 
it 


29, 
24, 

u 


1833* 

1834 

it 


n 


It 


a 


Sept. 

Oct. 

Aug. 


10, 


1831 
1834 
1835 


Apr. 

June 

Mar. 

May 
it 


3, 

3, 

29, 

31, 


1836 

183S 

1840 

1840 
ii 


tt 


M 


ii 


June 
u 




1840 

14 


Aug. 


9, 


1840 
ii 


n 


14 


it 


a 


<( 


tt 


Sept. 
June 


13, 
18, 


1840 
1843 



Apr. 


19, 


L83D 


Jan. 


24, 


1867 




21, 


1888 


Sept. 


24, 


1891 


winter 


l- 


June 


22, 


1887 


Sept. 


11, 


1893 


Feb. 


U, 


1884 


Nov. 


20, 


18G2 



a It tt 

it 14 

tl tt 

tt tl 



Oct. 


29, 


1903 


Aug. 


20, 


1872 


Mar. 




1884 


Nov. 


3, 


1883 


Feb. 




1849 


Sept. 


15, 


189G 


May 




1867 


Feb. 


13, 


1S.V> 


Feb. 




1871 


June 




1886 


May 


13, 


18S8 


Apr. 




18S0 


Feb. 


• >•) 


18S5 


Jan. 




1873 
1SS7 


Nov. 




1887 



tt II 



tl 






286 Mount Desert Church Records [Oct. 

Admitted I >»•-*! 

Rhoda [(Freeman)] Mitchcl 

Lucy King 

Bather [(Eaton)] Wlneey 

Eliza Ann | (Newman)) Whitney 

Almena [(Kittredge)J Thompaoo 

Lydia ((Gott)) Finney 

Mary [(Manchester)] Moore 

Winchester Whitney 

Rev. Micah W. Stricklandf 

Kbenezcr Peach 

Lydia Dodge 

Thomas B. Finney July 19, 1849 

Philo L. Beverly 

Martha ((Kittredge)] Haynes 

Lydia [(Bartlett)] Smith 

Jonathan Fisher Atherton Oct. 15, 1891 

Ann Louisa [(Atherton)] Holmes J 

Mercy Jane [(Gott)) Mason 

Knoch S. Newman § 

Dorinda G. Newman § 

Eliza H. Harman 

Dr. Joel Richardson 

Lucy Jane Tucker|| 

Mercy Gilley 

Sophia Heath 

John Carroll 
" " " George Harman 

" " M Samuel Gilpatrick 

" * " Bather Gilpatrick 

Rebecca [(Higgins)] Lurvey 
June 25, 1843 David Hooper 

Amos Hooper 

Julia [(Freeman)) Hooper 

Nancy [(Freeman)) Hooper 

Abigail [(Milikcn 1 )) Morrison 
May 30, 1S47 Hannah [(lumbal)) Durgin 
Apr. 2, 1848 John Gilley, died in Battle of Wilder- 
ness. May 5, 1864 
Oct. 7, 1850 Timothy Mason 
Aug. 15, 1S52 Betsy B. [(Osgood)) Tucker Nov. 11, 1887 

Hannah [(Davis)) Stanley Jan. 26, 1879 

John M. Holmes June 10, 1864 

Julv 10, 1S53 Luanda [(Tucker)) Seavey, dis. to 

Chicago. Feb. 28, 1914 

Aug. 13, 1853 Marv T. Mason ^ June 16, 18S0 

Susan P. Parker** dis. to Somesville, Dec. 
1876. 

•Another entry gives the date as June 15, 1833. 

fAnother entry, dated Sept. t>. 1S.%4. shows that Mr Strickland was admitted on presentation 
of a letter of dismissal from the Congregational Churrh in Cumberland. He and his wife, Mary 
Ann, were dismissed In 1843 from Mount IVsort to Amherst. Me. 

♦ Another entry shows tlmt. as Ann Louisa Payson Atherton, she was baptiied the same day. 

§Dismissed to Orland. 

I Another entry (a death entry'* reads: "Lucy Jane Tucker-Griffin." 

^Another entry shows that Mrs. Mary T. Masou was admitted by letter from the Congre- 
gational Church in Kllsworth (Me.]. 

••Another entry shows that Mrs. Susan P. Parker was admitted by letter from the Presby- 
terian Church in Newburyport, Mas*. 



V 



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287 



Admi 


Lied 


May 
Jan. 


13, 


1854 

1855f 

ii 


Aug. 


1. 

it 


1858 
ii 


ii 


II 


ii 


it 


II 


ii 


II 


II 


ii 


Aj>r. 
July 
Sept. 


9, 


1800 
1866 

ISGG 



Died 



<< n 



<< 



«< 



«< 



(< 



Feb. 24, 1807 



«« << 



<< 



«i << 



it n 



u 



n 



a 



Mar. 24, 1SG7 



<< «< 



a 



a a a 
a u a 

ii ii tt 



ii ii 



tt 



Jeremiah Folanebc ' 

.Jane W. Kittredgel 

Adeline [(Freeman)] Somes 
William Tinker 

Amanda ((Sawyer)] Tinker§ 

Lewis Freeman 
Deborah Riehardeon 
Mary [(Freeman)] Stanley 
Marv Ann Bartlett 
Almira [(Gott)] Thurtton|| 
Mary A. R. HodgkinsH 
Eliza [(Higgins)l Robinson 
Stephen M. Gilley 

Win. Thomas Holmes 

.James F, Ross, dis. to Greely, Colo., 

Nov. 1892. 
Nancy C. [(Cousins)] Clark 
Abbie EL Eiggini 
Eaton Clark 
John Bickford" 
Julia Ann [(Babson)] Clark 
Betsy [(Lawson)' Raid win 
Alice [(Norwood)] Dix, dis. to Weft 

Tremont, Meth. 
Irene B. Cousins 
Judith [(Mitchcl)] Benson, removed to 

Norridgewock. 
Emily [(Babson)] Atherton, dis. to 

Bangor, 1903. 
Cynthia It. Smith, dis. to Somesville, 

187G. 
Mary A. [(Googgins)] Hodgdon, dis. 

to Charlestown, Mass. 
Emma [(Richardson)] Towne, dis. to 

Somesville. 
Bathshebe [(Crane)] Gilley 
Mary Ann Carroll 
Phebe [(Holden)] Ross, removed to 

Greely, Colo. 
Julia [(Paine)] Gilley, removed to 

Mass. 
Phebe [(Reed)] Babson, dis. to Somes- 
ville. 
John II. Parker 
Letitia H. [(Parker)] Noyesff 
Sarah J. Somes 

1792. A Record of the Baptizems of the Children of the 
on Mountdesert. 

'From the church in Foxcroft. hy letter. 

tAnother entry pw the date as Jan. 15, 1S55. 

JMrs.. from Ellsworth. 

{Dismissed to Sedgwick. 

lAnother entry reads: "Mrs. Almira (Ambroae) Thurston." 

^Another entry reads: "Mrs. Mary Ann (Richardson) Hodgkins." 

••Removed to Gloucester. Mass. 

ft Removed to Georgetown, Mass. 



May 12, 18G7 
May 19, 1SG7 



a it 



a tt 



u 



it 



n 



a 



June 2G, 1867 



it tt 



tt 



tt 



a 



Apr. 10, 1SGS 



ti 



a 



Nov. 


r>, 


1891 


Aug. 




\S 


Jan. 


20, 


1916 


June 


26, 


1894 


Mar. 


31, 


L£ 


Feb. 


5, 


1885 


Jan. 


io. 


1897 


Feb. 




1£ 


May 


9, 


18 


Oct. 


29, 


1914 


Jan. 


28, 


1010 


Sept. 


22, 


1910 


Sept. 


23, 


1886 


Jan. 


9, 


1887 


Feb. 


23, 


1874 



Aug. 2S, 1 



Dec. 13, 1S87 



Oct. 22, 1913 



Nov. 6, 1S94 



Oct. 30, 1892 



Apr. 24, 1915 
Oct. 1873 

Mar. 25, 1915 
Church of Christ 






V 



288 Mount Desert Church lUeordi [Oct. 

A Record of Ezra Hcrrack Dodge's Children Baptised 

July 1792 thft ifit i Daughter named Lydii Herrack. 

the second Rods Richardson.* 

1791 there third Child Mary k their fourth i Sun named 

Bsra Efearrach. 

Sept. 4, 179G there fifth Child Abigail. f 

June 24, 1798 their Sixth Child Named Jane Richardson. J 

June 20, 1S02 their Seventh Child Named John 8om 

June 10, 1803 their Eaight Child Named Ruben freeman. 5 

A Record of Mr. Rubin Freeman's Children's Baptizem.H by his wife Rhoda. 
Sept. 1, 1796 their first a Son Named Rubin. 
July 18, 1797 their second a Son Named Isaac Richardson. 
Apr. 1799 their third a Son Daniel. 

Aug. 30, 1801 their fourth a Son Joshua. 
July 10, 1803 their fifth a Daughter Named Rhoda. 
July 25, 1805 their Sixth Child a Sun Named tyler Reed. 

A Record of the Baptizms of Mr. Daniel Somes' Children 
July 1800 their first Child a Daughter Named Maria. 

1S01 their Second Child a son Lewis. 
July 1S03 their third Child a son Named Daniel. 

their fourth Child a Son Named Edward Real. 

A Record of the Baptizems of Mr. John Manchester's Children by his wi/e 
Mary. 

their first Child Mary.|| 

their second a son John. 

their third a son Thomas. 

their fourth a Daughter Nabby.*J 

their fifth a Son Stephen. 

their Sixth a Daughter Named Comfort.** 

their Seventh a son named Jonathan Gilbert Hadlock. 

A Record of the Baptizmes of George Freeman's Children by his wife 
Tamasion. 
Oct 5 1800 J their first Child named Tamasion 

' J also a son named George. 

July 10, 1802 their third, a son named Benjm. Sawyer. 
July 21, 1805 their fourth Child a Daughter Named Judith Somes. 

their fifth Child a Son named Rubin. 

A Record of the Baptizmes of Mr. William Gilley's Children by his wife 
Hannah. 

n* nrx lenr I their first Child a Daughter named Hannah. 
Uct. dO, 16U0 } their second a son named William. 

A Record of the Baptizms of James Somes' Children by his wife Elizabeth. 
Aug. 1S06 their first Child a Daughter named Hannah Harrack. 

A Record of the Baptizms of Mr. John Somes' Children by his wife Judith. 

their first Child a Sun Named John, 
their Socond a Daughter Judith. 

*Shc married John Rich. and. ae Rhoda Rich, was admitted to the church 19 Sept. 18 J 4 

tShe married Isaac Lurvey. and waa admitted to the church 20 Sept. 1816. 

JShe married Nathaniel Gott. and waa admitted to the church 29 Sept. 1816. 

§Hc married Lydia Tinker. He waa admitted to the church 16 June 1S33. 

|She waa born 9 Aug. 1792. married Leonard Holmea, and, aa Mary Holmes, waa admitted 
to the church 19 Sept. 1824. 

UNabby (or Abigail) was born 11 May 1799. married Benjamin Gilley, and waa admitted 
to the church 19 July 1S28. 

"She waa born 3 Dec. 1803. married Joseph Stanley, and waa admitted to the church 6 Oct. 
1816. 



July 


23, 


1797 


Oct. 


27, 


179S 


Sept. 


5, 


1799 
1800 


July 


12, 


1801 


July 


28, 


1805 



v 



1919] Mount Desert Church Records 289 

their third a Sun, Hamad Jacob. 

their fourth Child ft .sun named Abraham. 

their fifth Child a Sun named Benjamin. 
their Sixth child a daughter named Emely. 

Sept. 2S, is2.s At Pretty Marsh, Buaanna Parker, child of Ann Parker. 

Oct. 19, 1828 At Between the Hills,* Ijiura Kittrcdge WaterhoUSS, 

adopted child of K. <fc S. Kittrcdge, <fe Joseph Rich- 
ardson & George, children of George A Eliza Hudson. 
Oct. 14, 1832 Georgianna, Daughter of George <fc Mehitable Brown. 

Mary Manchester, Daughter Of Joseph <fc Abigail Gilley. 
Joseph Henry, son, Comfort Standlcy, daut, of Bcnj iV 

Abigail Gilley. 
Hannah Boynton, Daughter of Samuel <fc Abigail Lurvey. 
Feb. 19, 1833 At Seal Cove, six children of Bcnj <fc Rachel Atherton on 

his acct. 
June 10, Thomas Wasgatt, Bcnj. Sawyer Freeman, Isreal, David 

Hooper, <fc Win. Milliken, Children of Isreal and 
Judith Atherton. 
Alexander Fergurson, child of Rhoda Freeman MitcheL 
June 25, At Between the Hills, Daniel Shepherd, Kendal Kit- 

trcdge, Henrietta, <fe Sarah Frances, children of sister 
KImena Thompson, wife of Capt. Wm. Thompson, 
who kept toll bridge. 
Aug. 17, 1834 At South West Harbor, Lucy Ann & David, children of 

David & Lucy King. 
Sept. 21, 1S3I At Between the Hills, James Otis, Wm. Richardson, <fe 

Harriet Eliza, children of George & Eliza Hudson. 
June 27, 1S35 At Between the Hills, Martha Ann Kittrcdge, child of 

William and Elmenia Thompson. 
Aug. 2, 1835 On Gott'fl Island, Ama Eveline, daughter of Moses 

Si Hannah Richardson. 
Sept. 20, 183.") At Between the Hills, Mary Isabella, child of 'George 

<fc Eliza Hudson. 
May 26, 1836 At Norwood's Cove: 

William Thompson, child of M. W. & Mary Ann 

Strickland. 
Joshua Eaton & Ix)uis Parker, children of Joseph <fe 

Abigail Gilley. 
Daniel Webster, child of Bcnj. & Abigail Gilley. 
Jacob William, Catherine, & Mary Ann, children of John 
& Rachel Carroll. 
June 25, 1836 At Between the Hills, Charles, son of Benj. W. & Lydia 

Kittrcdge. 
Aug. 21, Wm. Albina Holden, son of Isreal fc Judith Atherton. 

Sept. 3, 1S37 Mary Jane <fc James Alanson, children of Reuben <fc 

Lydia Dodge. 

i Edward John & Elmenia Thompson, children of John A: 
Martha Havnes, 
George Wm., "son of Wm. & Elmenia Thompson, and 
Julia Augusta, child of Benj. W. <fe Lydia Kittredge. 
Nov. 25, 1S3S Alonzo Preston & Orlando Dana, children of Benj. Jr. 

and Rachel Atherton. 
Nov. 20, 1S38 Edward Payson, child of Benj. & Abigail Gilley, also 

Emma, child of M. W. A: Mary Ann Strickland. 
Sept. 29, 1S39 Julia Sophia, child c f Reuben 3d <fc Sophia Freeman. 

•Now Somcaville. 



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May 20, 1840 Sarah Kittredge, child of M. W. A M. A. Strickland. 
July 5, Reuben Alphonao, child of Reuben P. <fc Lvdia 

[(Tinker)) Dodge. 

July \'.), Oreo Bikes, child Of John A Martha Havncs. 

July 20, feahellft child of Reuben 3d A Sophia Freeman. 

Sept. 13, Asalx-l Stem.-, BOO of John A Martha Havii 

Aug. 8, Cornelia, Daughter of John A Martha Hayne 

July 10, 1842 At Between the Hills, George, eon of Henj. Whiting 

Kittredge A: Lydia Kittredge. 

Aug. 27, John Livingstone, eon <»f Wm. A ESmena Thompeon. 

Oct. 14, 1843 Amos, Isabella, <fc Mary W., children of David k Julia 

Hooper. 

Hellen Augusta, adopted child of Xatll. A Jane [(Dodge)] 

Gott. 
Edward Payson, child of [area] A Tamaaon Atherton 

In Trenton, a child of the late Joseph (iillcy, named 

Eunice. 
At S. W. Harbor, Arno Adelbert, son of Marcian and 

Lucinda II. Seavy. 
At Somesvillc: 

Charlotte Elizabeth, daut. of Wm. cv. Jane Kittredge. 
Geo. Sewell, son of John II. <fc Susan I\ Parker. 
Samuel William, son of Saml. & Elizabeth Bowker. 

List of I>eaths in Dr. K. Kittredge's handwriting.* 

Sister Hannah Richardson. 
Sister Sally Mayo. 
Sister Clara Somes. 
Sister Priscilla Higgins. 
Prudence Rich. 
Eunice Higgins. 
Comfort Fernald. 
Daniel Higgins. 

List of Deaths Beginning May 1st 1S35.* 

Ruth Norwood. 
Hannah Gott. 
Nancy Rafanal. 

Oct. 19, 1S57. Names of members connected with the Congregational 
Church in Tremont, Mt. Desert, <fe Eden in 1S57. 

Males 

David King Jonathan Newman 

Thomas Manchester Benjamin Gilley 

Isaac Lurvey Samuel Lurvey 

Enoch Lurvey John Carroll 

Isaac Gott John Rich 

Samuel Gilpatrick Timothy Mason 

Jeremiah Follansbee Benj. W. Kittredge 

Kendall Kittredge Oliver Higgins 

William Higgins Sylvanus Higgins 

Benjamin Atherton Nathaniel Gott 

Robert Gott John Gilley 

Ebenezer Peach Edward Sawyer 

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Lewis Freeman 



Ilunniih Durgia 
Elizabeth Tucker 
Rhoda Rich ' 
Sophronia Freeman 

Mary Holmes 
Abigail [(Cilley)] Lurvcy 
Comfort Stanley 
Mary S. Mason 
Sarah Kittredge 
Kliiun.i TJiompson 
Jane Kittredge 

Ruth Higgins 

Jane ((Dodge)] Gott 

Sarah Peach 

Eliza Harmon 

Ann Loisa Holmes 

Abigail Sawyer 

Lois [(Hadlock)] Parker 



Females 



William Tinker 
Tin Manchester 



Betsy Tucker 
! 'her Winsey 
Daty Rich 

Abigail (iillcy 

Abigail [(Dodge)] Lurvey 

Rachel Carroll 
Hannah Manchester 
Sarah Parker 
Lydia Kittredge 
Martha Haynes 
Adeline Somes 
Judith Higgins 
Esther Gilj>atrick 
Ann Parker 
Anna Peed 

Dianna Norwood 
Susanna f(Milikcn)] Gott 
Sally Hadlock 



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Mrs. Sophia Freeman dismissed to the Congregational 
Church in Rockland, and Mrs. II. C. Durgin U> the 
first Cong. Ch. in Bangor. 



THOMAS WAITE OF PORTSMOUTH, R. L, 
AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 

By G. Andrews Moriarty, Jr., A.M., LL.B., of Newport, It. 1. 

This article does not purport to be in any sense of the word a 
complete account of the Waite family of Rhode Island, but is a 
compilation from notes made some years since in a somewhat ex- 
tended investigation of the earlier members of this family, during 
which fairly complete information was gathered concerning the earlier 
generations. In the course of this investigation it was found that 
the printed accounts of the family, including that given by Austin 
in his "Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island," were so confused 
and inaccurate as to be of little service to the investigator, while in 
addition sundry errors and misreadings in Arnold's "Vital Record of 
Rhode Island" did not tend to help matters. The object of this 
article, therefore, is solely to aid such persons as may have occasion 
to investigate the earlier generations of this family and to save them 
from the confusion that the writer encountered in his own investi- 
gations. 

1. Thomas 1 Waite of Portsmouth, ELI., husbandman, born, prob- 
ably in England, about 1615, died shortly before 14 Dec. 1G09. He 

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292 Descendants of Thomas WaUi [O 

married ELBANOB , who BUrvived him .*in< ! was living 14 Dec. 

1(300 (see below). 

Nothing is known with certainty in regard to the English ai 
cedents of Thomas Waite, but li<' may be identical with Thom 

sixth son of Samuel and Mary (Ward) Waite of Wet hersfidd, CO, 

Essex, England, who were the progenitors of the Waitea of Maiden, 

Mass.* The recurrence of the same Christian names in both 
families tends to confirm this view. 

On 1 July 1639 he was granted land at Portsmouth. On 10 Mar. 
1641 he was admitted a freeman of that town, and received further 
grants there of land in 1644 and 16*16. On 8 July 1650 he was a 
juryman. On 7 June 1658, and a^ain in L663, he was chosen con- 
stable. On 30 Apr. 1001 he purchased of William Karle one-fourth 
of a share of the Acushnetand Coxet lands, in what is now 1 Dartmouth, 
Mass. He was one of the purchasers of Conanieut and Dutch 
Islands in 1656, and was also a large owner of lands at Xarra^ansett 
and Misquamicut (Westerly). On 4 Dee. 1669 his estate was 
divided by the Portsmouth Town Council among his wife and chil- 
dren. The division shows that his wife was named Eleanor and 
the children named were Samuel, Thomas, Benjamin, Reuben, 
Jeremiah, and Mary. Joseph, having died previously, is not men- 
tioned. Thomas and Jeremiah were under twenty-one. The docu- 
ment dividing the estate was long lost, but was found in the winter 
of 1913-14 in the cellar of the Portsmouth Town House. 
Children (order unknown): 

2. i. Samuel, 1 b.,- according to his deposition in the town records, abt. 1640. 
ii. Joseph, of Portsmouth, b. abt. 1643; drowned at Portsmouth 25 Aug. 

1665; m. Sarah . On 16 Sept. 1065 the Town Council of 

Portsmouth granted administration on his estate to bjfl widow, 
Sarah, and made provision for her unborn child. As no provision 
was made for this child in the division of the estate of Thomas Waite 
in 1669, it may be assumed that it was stillborn or died y.mng.f 

3. iii. Benjamin, b. abt. 1645. 

4. iv. Reuben. 

5. v. Thomas, b. after 1648. 

vi. Jeremiah, of Portsmouth, b. after 1648; d. s. p. before 10 May 1677; 
m. Martha Brownell, b. in May 1643, d. at Portsmouth 15 Feb. 
1744, dau. of Thomas and Ann. She in. (2) after 8 Mar. 1690 
Charles Dyer, 8. of William and Mary, the last-mentioned being 
Mary Dyer, the Quakeress, who was put to death on Boston Com- 
mon ID 1660 by the Massachusetts authorities. Jeremiah Waite was 
admitted a freeman of Portsmouth on 6 May 167;*. On 10 May 
1677 Martha Wait, widow of Jeremiah, bought land in Portsmouth 
of Daniel Wilcox, Sr. On 8 Mar. 1677 she bought land at Little 
Compton, R. I., of her brother, Robert Brownell. In her will, 
dated 29 Jan. 1734 and proved 12 Mar. 1744, she bequeathed to her 
Brownell relatives. 

vii. Mary, d. after 1713; m. at Portsmouth, 5 Apr. 1676, Joseph 
Anthony of Portsmouth and Tiverton, R. I. 

2. Samuel- Wait (Thomas 1 ), born about 1640, died at Portsmouth or 
Kingstown, R. I., in Feb. 1676/7. He married Hannah , 

• Cf. Register, vol. IS, p. 1S8. 

fMr. Austin in his account of this family and John Caasan Wait in hia Descendants of Thomas 
Wait credit Joseph Waite with a son. William Wait of Rochester. Mass.; but an examination of 
the Rochester records shows that this man was named William Wictt (i. e., Wyatt). 



1919] Desccrvlants of Thomn* Waits 28 

who married secondly, before 12 Oct. 1G94, James Sampson «.f 
Dartmouth, Muss., ;i son of Henry Sampson, one of the p.-. --'•ri- 
gors in the Mayflower in 1620. 

He received from his father his NftmgAfl att lands, and 
appears to have hem at Narragan-<'tt as early as 8 Mar. 16 
when he witnessed, as interpreter, a dved from the Sari. 
Coginaquand to Richard Smith of land at Potomcaautt On 23 

June 1662 lie, aged about 22 years, testified regarding this deed. 

He again deposed 20 Feb. 1(307, aged about 27 yeail, On .'{ 

July 1663 he, as an inhabitant and proprietor of lands in Narra- 

ganflett, petitioned to be under the jurisdiction of Connecticut. 

On 4 May 1668 he was one of the inhabitants of Wiekford, EL 1., 
who petitioned Connecticut to reaasume authority over the 

Narragansett country; otherwise they might seek protection 
elsewhere. On 20 May 1671 he abandoned his allegiance to 
Connecticut and took the oath of allegiance to Rhode Island, 
as an inhabitant of Acquedneset, and on 6 May 167.'} he was a 
freeman of that Colony. On 11 Feb. 1676/7 he and his wife 
Hannah conveyed to his brother Thomas tin; house and all fin- 
land in Portsmouth that he had received from his father's i 
in the division referred to above. He died shortly afterwards, 
and in Feb. 1677 [1676/7] administration on his estate was 
granted to his widow Hannah by the Portsmouth Town 
Council. 

Children (order unknown) : 

6. i. Samuel, 1 b. abt. 1GG0. 

ii. Joskpii, of Kingstown, non compos mentis, d. unm. In 1678, in the 
division of lands at East Greenwich, It. I., Samuel Wait drew 
Farm 24 on account of "his brother Joseph Wait." On 7 ( >ct. 1702 
he sold 90 acres at East Greenwich to Daniel Bri^s <>f Patience 
Island. The Kingstown probate records, under date of 8 Jan. 1704, 
recite that he is non compos and as such has made contracts with 
Beriah Brown, and state that all such bargains are void; Samuel 
Wait, his brother, was appointed his guardian. 

iii. Susanna (probably;, in. at Kingstown, 24 Mar. 1692, as his second 
wife, Moses Bahuek of Kingstown. 

3. Benjamin- Wait (Thomas 1 ), born about 1645, was slain at the 
taking of Deerfield, Mass., on 29 Feb. 1703/4. lie married 
at Hatfield, Mass., 8 June 1670, Martha Leonard, daughter 
of John of Springfield, Mass. 

He resided at Hadley, Hatfield, and Deerfield, Mass. In the 
division of his father's estate he received the lands at Mis- 
quamieut (Westerly), which he disposed of, and then removed 
to the Connecticut Valley, where he was one of the guides of 
Capt. William Turner and his men in the "Falls Fight" in 
May 1676. On 3 Feb. 1703/4 William Rookcr assigned to 
Thomas Wait of Seaconnet (Little Compton) and Benjamin 
Wait of Hadley 40 acres in Brookhcld, Mas. On 24 May 1717 
Jeremiah, John, and Joseph Wait of Hatfield and John Beld- 
ing, Joseph Smith, and Ebenez t Wells, married to the daugh- 
ters of Benjamin Wait, deceased, sold the above-named land 
to Capt. Thomas Baker of Northampton, Mass., and war- 



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ranted him against their uncle Thomas Wait, brother of the 
aforesaid Benjamin. 

Children: 

i. M akv,' b. at Hatfield, 26 Feb. 1971; ni. 4 Doc. 1G0O BmMMH Wkluj. 
ii. Maktiia, b. 28 Jan. 1673. 

iii. Sarah, d. ibt. 1674; m. John Bbldh 

iv. Canada, b. in Canada 22 Jan. 1078, whflfl her mothef wa« a captive 

among the French; d. 5 May 1749; rn. 15 Dec. 1696 Johki-h Smith 
v. .John, of Hatfield, b. 17 Jan. 1680; in. 12. Peb. 1702 Maut Bbldimo. 

vi. Joseph, I). 17 July 1082; d. 21 Jan. L686. 

vii. Jeremiah, h. 21 Sept. 1084; d. at Hatfield in Dec. 1733; m. 4 Apr. 

1706 Mauy Gravis. 
viii. LiBDT. JoSBPfl Wait, h. 11 Nov. 1G88; d. abt. 1780; m. (1) 19 Not. 
1713 Hannah Hillings; m. (2) 22 .Sept. 1720 Maky Warnkk.* 

4. Reuben 1 Waite (Thomas 1 ), of Dartmouth, Mass., died at Dart- 
mouth 7 Oct. 1707. He married Tabitha Loundkks, daughter 

of and Jane (Kirby). 

He received his father's Dartmouth lands in the division 
of his estate, and settled in that town. In 1685 he is enumer- 
ated among the Dartmouth proprietors appearing in the 
Plymouth Court. His house, one of the oldest in Dart- 
mouth, is still standing in that section of the town lying be- 
tween Accoxet and Appomagansett. The earliest parts were 
probably built as early as 1G69, and it seems to have escaped 
the general destruction that overtook the town in King 
Philip's War. In his will, dated 11 Oct. 1707 and proved 
5 Nov. 1707, he mentions his wife Tabitha, his sons Benjamin, 
Joseph, Reuben, and Jeremiah, and his daughters Eleanor, 
Abigail, and Tabitha. 

Children, born at Dartmouth: 

7. i. Thomas, 1 b. 22 Apr. 1683. 

ii. Elkanoh, b. 4 Jan. 1688; m. at Dartmouth, 5 Jan. 1704, Ariel Tripp 
of Dartmouth, son of Abiel and Deliverance (Hall) of Dartmouth. 

iii. Benjamin, of Dartmouth, b. 12 Jan. 1690; d. s. p. before 24 Feb. 1772. 
He appears in various conveyances of land at Dartmouth between 
1720 and 1756. On 14 June 1749 William Davol and Edward 
Cornell were made his guardians, as he was non compos mentis. 
Thereafter, at frequent intervals, a guardian was appointed for him. 
In a lucid moment he made his will, which is dated 1 Feb. 1758 and 
was proved 24 Feb. 1772, and states that at that time he was of 
sound mind. He bequeathed to his cousins, Mary and Elizabeth 
Anthony, daughters of Joseph Anthony of Tiverton. R. I., and 
appointed his cousin, Thomas Anthony of Tiverton, his executor. 
Administration on his estate was granted to his nephew, Stephen 
Wait, as Thomas Anthony was dead. 

8. iv. Joseph (twin), b 24 June 1693. 

v. Abigail (twin), b. 24 June 1693; d. unra. 

9. vi. Reuren (.twin), b. 15 June 1695. 

vii. Tabitha (twin), b. 15 June 1695; living, single and non compos 
mentis, at Portsmouth, R. I., on 12 Jan. 1756, when her guardian, 
Robert Dennis of Portsmouth, received £30 on the death of Jere- 
miah Waite. 

viii. Jeremiah, of Dartmouth, yeoman, b. 16 Jan. 1698; d. $.p. at Dart- 
mouth 16 Sept. 1754. On 17 Jan. 1726/7 he sold to his brother, 
Benjamin Wait, land ii. Dartmouth which his father, Reuben Wait, 

•As ft full ftnd excellent account o( this family has been printed in Judd's History of Hadley. 
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1i:k1 left him hy his will. In his own will, dated 12 May 1764 and 

proved Q Nov. 1751, .j.Tfini;ih W:ut bequeathed to Km boh 
Reuben \\':».i t and the l.tttcr's son Jeremiah, to his brother Thorn 
Mid hi* wife Mary, tnd to hit cousins Phoebe Wait, Reuben Wait, 
end Mcrihuh Boule. 

3. Thomas 2 Waitk (Thomas 1 ), tailor, born after L648, died before 16 

June 1733. lie married Sahaii Cook, daughter of .John and 
Mary (Borden) of Portsmouth, R. I., and mentioned ai hlfl 
daughter in the will of John Cook of Portsmouth, dated 1"> 
May 1091 and proved 25 May 1091. 

Thomas Waitc resided in Portsmouth and Tiverton, It. I., and 
Dartmouth, Mass. On May 1678 he was admitted a free- 
man of Rhode Island, and on 11 Feb. 1077 his brother Samuel 
conveyed to him their father's house in Portsmouth. On 25 
Mar. 1G80 he was one of the seven original purchasers 1 who 
purchased the Pocasset (Tiverton) lands from Gov. Josiah 
Winslow of Plymouth. He also owned land in Dartmouth, and 
on 28 Au£. 1080 he sold land there to Thomas Ward of New- 
port, R. I. His Pocasset holdings appear to have been in 
Punketest Neck, for he sold land there on 13 Mar. 1683. On 
2 Mar. 1092 he was one of the original inhabitants of Tiverton. 
On 7 Jan. 1091 he, styled Thomas Wait of Little Compton, 
taylor, and wife Sarah sold land at Punketest Neck to John 
Woodman and John Irish. On 31 Jan. 1721 he was of Dart- 
mouth, and sold land at Punketest Neck in Tiverton. At his 
death lie was residing in Dartmouth, and on 10 June 1733 his 
inventory was presented by his widow and administratrix, 
Sarah. 

Children (order unknown): 

i. Mahy,' b. abt. 1680; d. after 1750; m. :it Tfaerton, 27 Feb. 17m, 
John Eakle, son of William and Prudence of Portsmouth and 
Dartmouth. 

10. ii. Thomas, b. at Portsmouth 21 Dec. 1681. 

11. iii. Bknjamin, b. abt. 1683. 

0. Samuel 3 Wait (Samuel, 2 Thomas*), born about 1000, died at 
Exeter, R. I., before 15 Apr. 1752. He married Alice Wi< hit- 
man, daughter of George and Elizabeth (Updike). 

He resided in Kingstown, R. I., in that part of the town 
afterwards set off as Exeter. On 30 Mar. 1093 he sold to 
William Burrington land at Portsmouth, at a place called 
Little Silver, and on 12 Oct. 1091 James Sampson of Dart- 
mouth, Mass., and wife Hannah released their thirds in this 
piece of land sold by "our" son Samuel Wait to William Bur- 
rington. On 2 Feb. 10S5 he was a freeman at Kingstown, and 
on 7 May 1094 he sold land there. On 21 Apr. 1705 he quit- 
claimed to his uncle, Reuben Wait of Dartmouth, lands in 
Dartmouth that formerly belonged to his grandfather, Thomas 
Waite. On 2 Sept. 1700 he was a grand juryman. On 27 
May 1709, he with others, bought 792 acres of vacant lands 
in Narragansett. He appears in the Kingstown records from 
time to time, conveying land there to his various sons. In his 



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will, dated 30 Dec. 1747 and proved 15 Apr. 1752, he devised 

and bequeathed to his sons Joeepb and Samuel, to the children 
of his deceased son Benjamin, namely Virtue, Abigail, mk\ 

John Wait, to his son John, and to his wife AJic 
Children, horn at Kingstown: 

12. i. Joseph, 4 I). 27 Apr. 1097. 

ii. GSORQB, b. 14 Aug. 1699; d. a. p. before 30 Dec. 1747. 

13. iii. Samuel, b. L2 Oct 1701. 

14. iv. BENJAMIN, b. 17 1703. 

v. Martha. 

15. vi. John, b. 32 Feb. 170S/0. 

7. Thomas 8 Wait (Reuben? Thomas^) was born at Dartmouth, 

Mass., 22 Apr. 1G83. He married at Dartmouth, 25 Jan. 

1710/11, Mart Tripp. 

In early life he resided in Dartmouth, and with wife Mary 
mortgaged land there 14 Mar. 1714/15. Before 1732 he re- 
moved a crooa Narraganaett Bay to East Greenwich, \i. I., 

where on 2 May 1732 he was made a freeman. The births of his 
children arc recorded both in the Dartmouth and in the Kast 
Greenwich records. His property was in that part of Kast 
Greenvyich later set off as West Greenwich. On 26 Sept. 1739 
Thomas Wail Of Bast Greenwich conveyed to his son Thomas 
Wait of the same town land in the new purchase in Kast Green- 
wich. He was at West Greenwich as late as 6 June 1741, when 
he conveyed land there to his son Thomas, but by 31 Dec. 1743 
he had returned to Dartmouth, as on that date he, styled of 
Dartmouth, conveyed land in West Greenwich to his son 
Thomas of that town. The date of his death is not known. 
Children, all but the last one born at Dartmouth: 

16. i. John, 4 b. 30 Nov. 1711. 

17. ii. Reuhen, b. 7 Feb. 1713. 

18. iii. Thomas, b. 29 Feb. 1715/16. 

iv. Mary, b. 5 Apr. 1718; m. at West Greenwich, 13 Nov. 1743, William 

Tbiff. 
v. Mkkihah (twin), b. IS Nov. 1722; ra. at Dartmouth, 16 Sept. 1742, 

Benjamin Soule. 
vi. Mehitahle (twin), b. 18 Nov. 1722; m. at West Greenwich, 28 

Apr. 1746, Henry Reynolds. 
vii. Martha,* b. . r > Apr. 1725; m. at East Greenwich, 14 Nov. 1756, 

John Wichtman. 
▼iii. Alice, b. at East Greenwich 22 Apr. 1729. 

8. Joseph 3 Wait (Reuben,- Thomas x ), of Dartmouth, Mass., black- 

smith, born at Dartmouth 24 June 1693, died before 15 Aug. 
1774. He married at Dartmouth, 30 Nov. 1715, Elizabeth 
Wolfe. 

On 4 Nov. 1763 he, styled Joseph Wait of Dartmouth, 
yeoman, recalled a power of attorney given to his son, Samuel 
Wait of Dartmouth, "labourer alias seafaring man." In 
his will, dated 15 Sept. 1761 and proved 15 Aug. 1774. he men- 
tions his sons Samuel and Stephen, his daughter Kcziah, his 
granddaughter Roba, daughter of his daughter Marcy Wright- 

• Arnold incorrectly writes "XIary" for "Martha." 



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ington, :ind his daughter! M:iry Wait, Alice Shearman, Elisa- 
beth Wilcox, Hannah Tripp, and Marcy Wrightington. 
Children: 

19. i. Samuci* 4 b. at Dartmouth in Aug. 171< 

ii. Mart, d. %t Dartmouth 24 Mny 171s. She had ■ natural child, 

l. ilis, \). 7 Mar. 1755, who is probably th<- Lillis Wait who in. nt 

Dirt mouth, 15 Dec. 177U, John Webb. 
iii. Stkhikn. 
iv. Kk/iaii, (1. unni. 
v. MaRCY, DEL (intention recorded at Dartmouth, 31 Dec. 1757) GuOROa 

WrKHITINGTON. 

vi. Alice, rn. (intention recorded at Dartmouth, 26 Nov. 1742) Robert 

Shearman. 
vii. Elizabeth, m. at Dartmouth, 29 Mar. 1741, Barjonas Wilcox of 

Little Cornpton, R. I. 
viii. Hannah, rn. (intention recorded at Dartmouth, 23 Aug. 1744) David 

Tripp. 

9. Reuben 3 Wait (Reuben, 7 Thomas 1 ) was born at Dartmouth, 
Mass., 15 June 1695. He married at Dartmouth, 2 Aug. 
1720, Elizabeth Hathaway. 

Very little is known of his family. He had one known 
son, Joseph, and he may have been the father of the Jeremiah 
who married, 7 Dec. 1754, Patience Kirby. 
Children: 

i. Joseph, 4 b. at Dartmouth 17 Sept. 1722. 

ii. Jeremiah (perhaps), m. at Dartmouth, 7 Dec. 1754, Patience 

Kerry. 

iii. EuiARSra (perhaps), m. at Dartmouth, 1 Nov. 1740, Joseph Hicks. 

10. Thomas' Wait (Thomas, 2 Thomas 1 ), born at Portsmouth, R. I., 
21 Dec. 1681, died at Tiverton, R. I., before 7 Feb. 1757. He 
married Elizabeth . 

He resided at Tiverton all his life, except for a short period 
when he was at Portsmouth. On 17 Feb. 1709, he, called 
of Portsmouth, with Job Briggs of Tiverton, bought land 
there from Philip Tabor of Dartmouth, Mass. On 10 Feb. 
1746/7 he was admitted a freeman of Rhode Island, when 
Tiverton was set off to that Colony. On 19 Feb. 1750/51 his 
son-in-law, Benjamin Macomber, was appointed guardian 
of his estate, inasmuch as he was non compos mentis. In his 
will, dated 22 Dec. 1756 and proved 7 Feb. 1757, he mentions 
his two sons, Thomas and John Wait, and directs that they 
take care of their sister Elizabeth for life and give her sup- 
port, food, raiment, and maintenance. He also leaves household 
stuff to his two daughters, Sarah and Mary, and mentions his 
brother-in-law, John Earle, and his cousin, William Earle of 
Dartmouth. 

Children, born at Tiverton: 

i. Joseph, 4 b. 10 Jan. 1715; d. young. 
20. ii. Thomas, b. 1G Sept 17 10. 

iii. Sarah, b. 23 Sept. 1717; m. Benjamin Macomber of Tiverton. 

In May 1756 Benjamin Mrcombcr rendered an account of the 

estate of his father-in-law, "Thomas Weight." 
iv. Elizabeth, b. 21 Dec. 1718; living in 1756, feeble-minded. 



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21. v. John, b. G Nov. 1720. 

vi. Maiiy, b. 11 Apr. 1722; in. ftbt 171') Wiu.iam Sanford of Tiver- 
ton.* 

11. Bknjamin 3 Wait (Thomas,- ThomOM 1 ), of Portsmouth, EL I., mar- 

iner, born about 1683, died at Portsmouth 1 Aug. 1734. lb- 

married Mary , who on Sept. 1734 presented an 

inventory of his estate. She died at Portsmouth; and in her 
will, dated G, 7 mo. 1739 and proved 12 Nov. 1739, the calll 
herself widow of Benjamin Wait, deceased, and mentions her 
daughters Amie, Sarah, Deborah, and Elizabeth, leaving to 
Amie a platter marked "M I ," which probably furnishes a 
clue to her maiden name. She also mentions her brother-in- 
law John Earle. Benjamin Wait is called a seafaring man 
in the records. 

Children: 
i. Amy, 4 b. abt. 1715; m. at Little Compton, R. I.,0 June 1740, Sri> 

VESTKU PALMKR. 

ii. Judith, l>. abt. 1717; in. at Little Compton, It. I., 19 May 1743, 

Bknjamin Head. 
iii. Sarah, b. abt. 1720; m. at Little Compton, It. I., 1 Aug. 1745, Blakb 

Shaw. 

12. Joseph 4 Wait (Samuel* Samuel, 2 Thomas 1 ), born at Kingstown, 

R. I., 27 Apr. 1097, died at Exeter, II. I., in 1776. He mar- 
ried, 17 Oct. 1717, Elizabeth Sheffield. 

In 1728 his father, Samuel Wait'of North Kingstown, con- 
veyed land to him in North Kingstown near the East Green- 
wich line. When Exeter was set ofT from North Kingstown, 
he became identified with that town. His will, dated 7 Jan. 
1774 and proved 8 July 1776, is on file at Exeter. In it he 
mentions his wife Elizabeth, his daughters, Elizabeth Wight- 
man, Damaris Wightman, and Phoebe Bailey, his grand- 
children Mary Albro and Benjamin Albro, his daughter Alice 
Bentley, his son Samuel Weight and the latter's son Jenkes 
Weight, his son Benjamin Weight, his grandson Oliver Weight, 
his son George Weight, his grandson Reuben Weight, and his 
grandson Joseph Weight, son of his son Benjamin. 

Children, born at North Kingstown :f 

22. i. Joseph,' b. abt. 1717. 

ii. A daughter, b. abt. 1719. 

iii. George, of Exeter, b. abt. 1721 ; m. before 23 Nov. 1752 Sarah . 

On 23 Nov. 1752 he and his wife Sarah of Exeter sold land there. 

His family has not been traced, but he probably left children, who 

may, perhaps, be discovered by a further examination of the Exeter 

records. 

•This marriage is not recorded, but their grandson. Abraham Sanford. stated that his Grand- 
mother Sanford's maiden name was "Weight." A descendant in another branch of the Sanford 
family claimed descent from the Wait*, and stated that her great-grandfather took care of Eliza- 
beth Weight, a relative. On 8 Apr. 1747 the Tiverton Town Council voted that William Sanford 
take care of Elizabeth "Weight," and that he receive £50 a year while he looks after her. William 
Sanford also witnessed Thomas Wait's will, and William and Mary Sanford had a son named 
Thomas. As this is the only Mary of record who could have married William Sanford. and as 
they were near neighbors in Tiverton, it is e'ear that she was the Mary Weight who married 
William Sanford. 

fThc order of the births of these children is deduced from what remains of the burned records 
of North KingBtown. 



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iv. Elizabeth, b. abt. 1723; in. lit Enter, 21 Dec. 1740, OboMI 

W'KKillTMAN. 

23. v. Samuel, i>. abt 172."). 

vi. Alice, b. abt 1726; m. (l)abt 1751, Oranuw Albbo;* m. (2) 

Bkntley. 

24. vii. Benjamin, b. abt. 1728. 

viii. Da.marih, b. abt. 1730; m. at Kxrter, 5 June 17/37, Daniel Wimit-. 

MAN. 

ix. 1'iiokue, b. abt. 1732; m. at Exeter, 2S Jan. 1755, Robert Bailey. 
x. Mary, b. abt. 1733; d. «. p. before 7 Jan. 1774, as neither she nor any 
children of hers arc mentioned in her father's will. 

13. SAMUEL 4 Wait (Samuel, 3 Samuel, 7 Thomas 1 ) was horn at Kings- 
town, R. I., 12 Oct. 1701. He married, about 1724, Sarah 



He resided in North Kingstown and Exeter, EL L On 3 Dec. 
1751 his father Samuel conveyed land to him in Exeter. On 
25 Dec. 1740 Caleb Clark of North Kingstown sold land in 
West Greenwich, R. I., to Samuel Weight, Jr., of North Kint:>- 
town, which the latter, with his wife Sarah, sold on 9 July 174 1 . 
On 3 June 1750 Samuel Wait of Exeter (i. e., Samuel, son of 
Joseph) was made guardian to the estate of his uncle, Samuel 
Wait of Exeter, and on 5 Mar. 175G he sold land in Exeter 
to John Wightman. This deed was signed by Samuel and 
Sarah Wait. What became of Samuel is not known to the 
writer. 

Children, recorded at Exeter: 

i. Deborah, 1 b. at North Kingstown 11 July 1725. 

ii. CaCeb, b. at North Kingstown 11 Sept. 1727. 

iii. Martha, b. at North Kingstown 4 Dec. 1729. 

iv. Ruth, b. at North Kingstown 12 May 1732. 

v. Lucretia, b. at North Kingstown 22 Jan. 1734. 

vi. Eleanor, b. at North Kingstown 9 Jan. 1736; m. at Exeter, 23 Nov. 
1752, Rodert Moon. 

vii. Samuel, b. at North Kingstown 1 Jan. 1738; m. at East Greenwich, 
8 June 1758, Ann Gardner, dau. of John of East Greenwich, de- 
ceased. 

viii. Catherine, b. at North Kingstown 19 June 1740. 

ix. Henry (twin), b. at Exeter 7 Jan. 1742/3. 

x. Jonathan (twin), b. at Exeter 7 Jan. 1742/3. 

xi. Benjamin, b. at Exeter 5 Jan. 1745/6. 

xii. Alice, b. at Exeter in June 1747; probably m. Samuel Albro. f 

xiii. George, b. at Exeter 22 Mar. 1749. 

14. Benjamin" 4 Wait, Esq. (Samuel, 3 Samuel, 2 Thomas 1 ), of North 

Kingstown, R. L, born at Kingstown, R. I., 17 1703, 

died in 1745. He married, about 1724, Abigail Hall, daugh- 
ter of Bcnoni.J She married secondly Nichols. On 

27 Mar. 1740 Samuel Weight of North Kingstown conveyed 
to his son, Benjamin Weight of the same place, "practictioner 
of f)hysick," 200 acres of land in East Greenwich, R. I. He was 
an assistant of the Colony on 1 May 1745. His will, which is 

"The will of Stephen Albro of Exeter, dated 11 Mar. 1761. and proved 17 June 1761, mentions 
wife Alice, son Benjamin, and daughter Mary Albro. 

tThe will of Samuel Albro of Exeter, dated 19 Mar. 1767 and proved 18 Apr. 1767. mention* 
his wife Alice and eona Weight, Samuel, Martin, and Thomas. 

tThe will of Benoni Hall, made in 1757, mentions his daughter Abigail Nichols, his grand- 
children Virtue Tripp and William Wait, and a granddaughter Wait. 



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badly charred, is on record at North Kingstown, and was 

proved L3 Nov. 174. r >. He styles himself yeoman, and !><•- 
qucaths to daughter Veitue, daughter Abigail, son William, and 
son Benjamin. His widow, Abigail, gave a quitclaim deed 

to his son Benjamin in 1749. 

Children, horn at North Kingstown: 
i. Hknuy, 1 I). 27 May 1725; d. young. 

ii. Da. and Elder Benjamin. <»f South Kingstown, It. I., b. 13 I 

17— (probably 1729); d. i. p. at, South KingEtown 21 Nor. 1811, 

aged 82 years; m. abt. 1748 UOSOAE . He was a physician 

Et South Kingstown. On 30 Mar., 22 George II [1749], Benjamin 
Wait of North Kingstown, yeoman, and wife Dorcas sold land there. 
On 23 Jan. 1750/1 he, styled "practictioncr of physick" of North 
Kingstown, bought 35 acres in South Kingstown, and on 27 Apr. 
1756 Benjamin Wait of South Kingstown, "practictioncr of phys- 
ick," and wife Dorcas sold land in South Kingstown. In his will, 
dated 9 Nov. 1 SI 1 and proved 9 Dec. 1811, he mentions his wife 
DorCM, Matthew Wait, son of his brother John Wait, Henry Bottcr, 
grandson of his brother John Wait, and his brother John Wait. 
25. iii. William, b. 9 June 1731. 

iv. Sarah, b. 9 Jan. 1733. 

v. Viiituk, b. 12 May 1735; in. at Exeter, It. I., 24 Mar. 1755, Job 

Tuft. 

vi. Jonathan (perhaps — the name i> given by Arnold), b. 11 Aug. ; 

if there was such a child, he probably d. young, 
vii. Anic.AiL, b. abt. 1739; probably m. at Exeter, It. I., 29 Dec. 1763, 

Joseph Case. 
viii. John, b. 4 July 1742; d. at South Kingstown, It. I., 19 Oct. 1817, 

aged 70 years. He was a silversmith at South Kingstown on 

13 Apr. 1709, when he bought land there, and he is mentioned in the 

will of his brother Benjamin. He had issue. 

15. Catt. John 4 Wait (Samuel* Samuel, 2 Thomas*), born at Kings- 
town, R. I., 22 Feb. 1708/9, died at Exeter, R. I., in 1776. 
He married at North Kingstown, R. I., 27 Feb. 1728, Sarah 
Smith. 

He resided in that part of Kingstown which in 1743 was 
set off as the town of Exeter. On 11 Feb. 1735 his father, 
Samuel Wait of Kingstown, conveyed to him for love land in 
Kingstown. In May 1743 and again .in 1744, 1747, 1749, 
1755, and 1756 Capt. John Wait of Exeter was deputy to the 
General Assembly. He was captain of the local company, and 
is to be carefully distinguished from his second cousin, Capt. 
John Wait (16) of West Greenwich, R. I. In his will, dated 
14 Apr. 1776 and proved . 12 June 1776, he calls himself of 
Exeter, and mentions his three grandsons, Samuel, Babcock, 
and Weight Holloway, sons of his daughter Lydia Holloway, 
deceased, his grandson John Babcock, son of his daughter 
Sarah Babcock, to whom he leaves 600 acres in the First Division 
of "Sisquahannah" Purchase, his four daughters, Alice Rey- 
nolds, Eunice Reynolds, Sarah Babcock, and Mary Hall, his 
granddaughter Sarah Gardner, and his wife Sarah. He also 
mentions the six children of his daughter Lydia Holloway, 
viz., George and Weighs Babcock, Sarah Gardner, John 
Babcock, Samuel Babcock, and Weight Holloway. On 9 Aug. 






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1782 administration on the estate of Bailll Weight Ifttfl of 
Exeter, deceased, widow of John Wait, was granted to Robert 

Reynolds. 

( children: 

i. I,yi>ia\ m. (1) Babcock; in (2) HOLLOWAT. 

ii. Sarah, rn. lit Kx«:t<;r, Vcb. 175S, Joseph BASOOCK. 
iii. Alice, rn. nt Exeter, 19 Mar. 17-lti, Bknjamin Reynolds. 
iv. Imjnick, rn. at Exeter, 2 June 1757, Rohkut Rkynolds. 
v. Mauy, in. before 14 Apr. 177G IIenky [?] Hall. 

10. Capt. John' Wait (Thomas* Reuben? Thomas*) was bofflTat 
Dartmouth, Mass., 30 Nov. 1711. He married at Ettt 
Greenwich, R. I., 21 Oct. 1733, Elizahictii Sullivant. 

On 6 June 1741 Thomas Weight of West Greenwich, It. I., 
yeoman, conveyed land there to his son, John Weight of West 
Greenwich, cordwainer. On 31 Mar. 1770 administration on 
the estate of Capt. John Wait, late of West Greenwich, gentle- 
man, was granted to his widow, Elizabeth. 

Children, born some at East Greenwich and the others at 

West Greenwich: 

26. i. William, 4 b. at West Greenwich 19 Feb. 1735. 

ii. Tabitha, b. 13 June 1738; d. at West Greenwich 27 May 1740. 

iii. Mkhuiaii, b. 22 Aug. 1740. 

iv. TABITHA, b. 31 Dec. 1741; m. at West Greenwich, 10 Oct. 1762, 

Samuel Bassett. 
v. Mauy, b. 9 July 1747; d. at West Greenwich 5 Mar. 1748. 
vi. EUSABHH, b. 3 May 1751. 
vii. John, b. 26 Apr. 1753. 

17. Reuben* Wait (Thomas? Reuben? Thomas*), of Dartmouth, 

Mass., was born at Dartmouth 7 Feb. 1713. He married 
at Dartmouth, 7 Mar. 1744/5, Rebecca Tripp, daughter of 
John of Dartmouth. 
Children: 

i. Jeremiah. 1 

ii. Phoebe, m. (intention recorded at Dartmouth, 11 Jan. 1755) Ichabod 
Knurr. 

iii. John.* 
iv. Reuben*.* 
v. Rebecca.* 

18. Thomas' Wait (Thomas? Reuben? Thomas 1 ), of West Green- 

wich, R. I., was born at Dartmouth, Mass., 29 Feb. 1715/16. 
He married at West Greenwich, G June 1743, Tabitha Ellis. 

He was made a freeman as of East Greenwich, R. L, on 26 
Feb. 1739/40. His will, dated 17 Feb. 1786 and proved 31 May 
1790, describes him as Thomas Wait of West Greenwich, yeo- 
man. In it he mentions his wife Tabitha, his sons Gideon, 
Jeremiah, Thomas, Peleg, and Rufus, his three daughters, 
Alice Potter, Mary Wait, and Lvdia Moon, and his grand- 
daughter Mary, child of his daughter Lydia Moon. 

Children, born at West Greenwich :f 

•Given in The Descendant* of Thomas Wait, by John Cassan Wait, a book containing several 
en-ore. 

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i. Gideon, 1 b. 3 Mar. 1746. 
ii. Jkkkmiah, b. 1 Apr. 174'.). 

iii. Thomas, i>. io Apr. 1755. 

iv. AXICS, I), iibt. 17o6j m. Potter. 

v. Mahy, b. 11 Feb. 1757. 

vi. Ltdia, b. 1 ( ) Mar. 175'J; rn. Moon. 

. vii. PeLBO, I). 22 Oct. 1761. 
viii.RuFUS, b. 23 Apr. 1704. 

19. SAMUEL 4 Wait (Joseph, 3 Reuben, 7 Thomas 1 ) w:is horn at Dart- 

mouth, Mass., in Aug. 171(3. lie m. (intention recorded :it 
Dartmouth, 8 Oct. 1747) Theodate Tripp. 
Children, born at Dartmouth: 

i. Samuel,* b. 5 June 1748. 
ii. Henry, b. 5 May 1750. 
iii. Daniel, b. 1 Oct. 1753. 
Possibly other children. 

20. Thomas' Wait (Thomas* Thomas,"- Thomas^) was born at Tiver- 

ton, It. Lj 16 Sept. 171G. lie married (intention recorded 
8 July 1745) Bridget Crandall of Hopkinton, R. I. 

lie resided some time in Hopkinton and Richmond, R. I., 
appearing in the Richmond town records; but he later re- 
turned to Tiverton, R. I. On 21 Feb. 1749/50 Thomas 
Weight, Jr., of Tiverton, and wife Bridget sold land. 

Children, born at Hopkinton: 

i. Paine 6 (twin), b. 12 Dec. 1745; a colonel in the Revolution. 

ii. Susanna (twin), b. 12 Dec. 1745. 

iii. Joseph, b. 1G Aug. 1747. 

iv. Sarah, b. 6 Apr. 1749. 

v. John, b. in Mar. 1751. 

vi. Job, b. in Aug. 1763. 

vii. Grace, b. 4 July 1756. 

viii. Thankful, b. 17 Dec. 1757. 

21. John' Wait (Thomas, 2 Thomas," Thomas^), of Tiverton, R. I., 

was born at Tiverton 6 Nov. 1720. He married (intention 
recorded 25 Jan. 1755) Mary Soule of Dartmouth, afa 
He was a mariner, and was granted one-half of his homestead 
by his father, Thomas, on 2 Feb. 1747/8. 
Children, born at Tiverton: 

i. Mary*, b. 21 Sept. 1755. 

ii. Elizabeth, b. 9 Aug. 1757. 

iii. Sarah, b. 21 Sept. 1759. 

iv. John, b. 4 Dec. 1762. 

v. Ruth, b. 1 June 1766. 

22. Joseph 5 Wait (Joseph* Samuel,* Samuel, 2 Thomas 1 ) was born at 

North Kingstown, R. L, about 1717. He married at North 

Kingstown, about 1737, Elizabeth , who married 

secondly, at West Greenwich, R. I., 6 Nov. 1749, William 
Davis of West Greenwich. 

On 13 Nov. 1744 the Exeter (R. I.) Town Council granted 
administration on the estate of Joseph Wait to his widow, 
Elizabeth, and on 3 Apr. 1762 Elizabeth Davis of West Green- 
wich conveved to Reuben Wait of Exeter land there that for- 



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mcrly belonged to Joseph Wait, .Jr., of said Eketer, deceased, 

who was the husband of said Elisabeth. 

Children: 

i. Mahtiia,' b. at North Kingtfown m 17;iS. 

ii. Reuiikn, b. nt North Kingstown 10 1740; lived in Kxrt«T. 

iii. Oliver, I), nt North Kingstown in 1711. 

iv. Elvekton, I), nt Exeter in 1743. 

23. Samukl* Wait (Joseph,* Samuel,* Samuel, 2 Thomas*), of Exeter, 

R. I., was born at North Kingstown, K. I., about 17*25. He 
married at Smithlield, R. 1., 26 July 1752, A.n'cilles Jenck 

On 1 Mar. 175(3 Samuel Wait, Jr., of Exeter, together with 
Sarah Wait (wife of Samuel, St.), sold land in Exeter to John 
Wait of that town as guardian to his uncle, Samuel Wait of 
Exeter. He probably removed to Providence, R. I., as on 4 
May 1763 there was a sheriff's sale of the land of Samuel W:iit 
"late of Exeter now residing in Providence," on a judgment 
obtained by Benjamin Wait of Exeter. 

Children, born at Exeter: 

i. Jencks,* b. 6 Feb. 1753; d. young. 
ii. Lucy, b. 6 Juno 1756, 

iii. Jencks, b. 3 Mtir. 1759. . , 

Perhaps others. 

24. Benjamin 5 Wait (Joseph* Samuel, 1 Samuel,- Thomas v ), of 

Exeter, R. L, born at North Kingstown, R. I., about 172S, was 
living 7 Jan. 1774, when his father made his will. He married 
Sarah Brown, daughter of Alexander of North Kingstown, 
II. I., who in his will, dated 13 Aug. 1758 and proved in 1758, 
mentions his -granddaughter Sarah Wait. 

On 3 Dec. 1754 Joseph Wait of. Exeter conveyed land there 
to his son Benjamin, laborer. 

Children, born at Exeter: 

i. Col Beriah,* b. 28 Nov. 1757. 
ii. Joseph, b. 27 Jan. 1759. 
iii. Stephen, b. 26 Jan. 1761. 
iv. Honor, b. 18 Aug. 1762. 
v. Elizabeth, b. 18 Feb. 1765. 
vi. Edmund, b. 26 Feb. 1767. 
vii. Lydia, b. 25 Dec. 1769. 
yiii.MART, b. 14 Jan. 1772. 
ix. Benjamin, b. 8 Jan. 1776. 
x. Sarah, b. S Oct 1780. 
xi. John, b. 22 Aug. 1785. 

25. William 5 Wait (Benjamin,* Samuel, s Samuel, 2 Thomas 1 ), of 

Exeter and South Kingstown, R. I., silversmith, was born 
at North Kingstown, 11. L, 9 June 1731, and is to be dis- 
tinguished from his third cousin, William 4 Wait (26), son of 
Capt. John of West Greenwich, It. I. He married at West 
Greenwich, 21 July 1751, Mary Nichols, daughter of Joseph 
of West Greenwich. 

On 12 May 1760 he, styled silversmith, of Exeter, sold 
land in West Greenwich. In 1755 he was taxed in South 
Kingstown. On 15 Dec. 1757 Elisha Reynolds of South 



304 Master Tate's Diary (Oct. 

Kingstown sold land there to William Weight of the same 

place, silversmith; and 00 29 Feb. 1760 William Weight of 

South Kingstown, yeoman, and wife Mary sold the same 

land. He is said to have removed to Cambridge, N. Y., in 

1774, and to have died on 20 Mar. L828. 

Children, born at Kxcter: 

i. Maky.M). 18 Feb. 1751/3. 

ii. Benjamin, b. 3 Sept. 17.">;i. 

lii. Sarah, b. 30 Jan. L756/7 [1757]. 

iv. Jour, b. 29 Dee. 1757. 

v. William, b. 10 Jan. 1760. 

vi. STEPHEN, b. 11 Oct. 1761. 

vii. Nicholas, b. 16 Apr. 17ti3. 
viii. Joseph, b. G Mar. 1765. 

ix. Ahioail, b. 10 Feb. 1767. 

x. Ezra, b. 6 Mar. 1769. 

xi. Zera, b. 18 June 1771.* 

26. William' 1 Wait {Capt. John,* Thomas,* Reuben? Thomas 1 ), of 
West Greenwich, R. I., was horn at West Greenwich 19 Feb. 
17:55. He married first, at West Greenwich, 30 Mar. 1755, 
Mary REYNOLDS; and secondly, at West Greenwich, 23 Jan. 
1757, Thankful Matteson, daughter of Henry, deceased. 
She died 2G Dec. 1816. 
Children by second wife: 

i. Reuren, 6 b. 11 Feb. 1757. 

ii. Marcy, b. 10 Nov. 1704; d. 1 Sept. 1774. 
iii. Sarah, b. 19 Aug. 1774. 



THE DIARY OF MASTER JOSEPH TATE 
OF SOMERSWORTH, N. H. 

From a manuscript in the possession of the New England Historic 

Genealogical Society 

The town of Somersworth, N. H., was set off from Dover and 
incorporated as a separate town on 23 Apr. 17.54. It included at 
that time the territory of the present towns of Somersworth and 
Rollinsford, the latter town, forming the southeastern part of 
Somersworth, having been set off and incorporated on 3 July 1S49. 
The so-called "Diary" of Master Tate is a record which was kept 
by an early schoolmaster of Somersworth, who lived in that part 
of the town which is now Rollinsford. His name first appears in 
the records of Somersworth on 6 Apr. 1752, while Somersworth 
was still only a parish, the entry under that date reading: "voted 
Mr. Joseph Tate twenty three Pounds old Tenor to keep ye Parish 
School one year." His exact term of service as a teacher is not 
known, but in his later years he was a town charge, lived with the 

•The last four children do not appoar in Arnold, but do appear in the Descendant* of Thomaa 
Wait, by John Cassan Wait. This list may contain errors. 



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family of Capt. Maurice Hobbs, and on his death irai buried on 
the fiobbfl farm. The "Diary" suppliee some information about 
his wrife and children.* 

In (his "Diary" Master Tate entered the family reoordi of the 
inhabitants of Somersworth from about 1740 to the middle of the 

Revolutionary War. He ^avc the names of parents, with the 
birth records of their children, and also many marriage and death 
records. He inserted items of local historical interest and various 
entries of a miscellaneous character, such as anecdotes, ver 
hymns, etc., which were for the most part copied from almanacs 
and newspapers of the day. 

It was long believed that the original manuscript of Master 
Tate's "Diary" was lost, although a few copies were in existence; 
but on 19 Nov. 1896 the original record was given by Rev. Daniel 
Kollinsf of Boston to the New England Historic Genealogical So- 
ciety, and is now carefully preserved in the Society's fireproof build- 
ing. In 1901 the late James Swift Rogers, A.B., a member of the 
Society, had several typewritten copies made of the original manu- 
script. One of these he presented to the Library of the Society 
and others were distributed or sold to persons interested in the 
history and genealogy of Somersworth and Rollinsford and to a 
few libraries. In order, however, to place the information contained 
in Master Tate's record at the disposal of those to whom the type- 
written copies are not accessible, it has been decided to publish it 
in the Register, omitting only such miscellaneous entries as are 
of no genealogical or historical importance and a few other words 
and passages which are hardly suitable for publication. 

The Names of Families Childrens Names & Time of Birth 
in The Town of Somersworth. Mar. ye 26th. 1767. 

Capt. James Garvin's, who married Sarah Hobbs. 
James Garvin Born Friday Sep. 18, 1747 

Sarah Sunday Aug. 19. 1750. 

[iUegibU] Aug. 19, 1752 0. S. 

Rachel Thur. Mar. 6. 1755. N. S. 

John Tucs. May 12. 175. [sic] 

Thomas Thur. July 3. 1759. 

Paul Sat. Nov. 21. 1761. 

Moses Feb. 29. 1764. 

Elizabeth May 3rd. 1772 Sunday 

Mr James Hobbs Juniors who married Ruth Philpot Sunday Dec. 
29. 1751. 

James Hobbs Born Mar. 26. 1753. 

lsa:u\ Wed. Dec. 24. 1755. 

[torn] April 17. 1758. 

Stephen April 10. 1761. 

Jacob Sunday Aug 28. 1764. 

Joanna , Sun Dec. S. [u>orn] 

"Cf. Somersworth Free Press, 17 Mar. 1905. 

tRev. Daniel Rollins, now deceased, was a son of George F. Rollins, who waa a son of William 
W. Rolline of Rollinsford. The father of William W. Rollins was Hon. Ichabod Rollins of Som- 
ersworth, the secoud judge of probate for Strafford Co.. N. H. Cf. Somersvorth Fret Press. 10 
Mar. 1905. 



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Susannah April \norn\ 

Kbenezer July 31. 1771. 

on Tuesday Sep. 2hrt [uwm] 
Rebecca Born Friday Oct [worn] 

ESdmd. Horn May l'J \uorn\ 

Mr. Samuel Roberts whoso 1st [wife] was Abigail Perkins '2nd (wife) 
Sarah I/>rd [uwn] 
1st. 

Edmund Horn Sep. 1. i7[iUegibU, jxrhaps 1744) 
Sarah. Apr. 4. 1747 

Josiah ■ Oct. 12. 1751. 

Mr. Thomas Whitehouse's who Married Eliz. Gooding. 

Riehd. Whitehousc Horn Feb. 17. O. S. N S. Feb. 2.S. 1745. 
Enoch. N.S. Octyc 17. 1762. 

Daniel. July 12th 1760 

Kbenezer. " 1763 

Hetty. 1760* 

Mr. James Stackpoles who Married Kliz. Pierce. 

on Stackpole Horn June 17th 1741 O.S. on Wednesday 

James. May 1st. 1744 

William. Oct. 19. 1746 

Lydia. Jan. 9. 1752 

John. Auk. 7. 1749 

Absalom. June 2. 1754 Sunday 

Mary. July 11. 1757. Monday N. S 

Stephen on Monday Feb. 18. 1700 

[torn] Archd. Smiths Who Married Joanna Hobbs 
[torn] Horn Friday Aug. ISth 1749 
[torn] July 20. 1752 

Cap Archd. Smith Junr. Daughter 

Sarah By Dolly Lovct his wife 

Knsn. Ichabod Rollins who Married Abigail Wentworth. 2d wed Mar- 
garet Frost. 

John Rollins Born March 22. \7[probably 1745] 

Ichabod. 

Elizabeth 

James Born Mar. ye 13 [worn] 

Daniel ■ 

Abigail 

Mary 

Mr. Saml. Clements who Married Sarah Rollins 
Saml. Clements Born 
Lydia 
Elijah. 
Hannah. 

Hetty July 26. 1770. Dyd. Saturday November 

ye 9th. 17[ivorn] 

Mr. Jno. Rickers who Married Eleanor Ricker. 

Eliphalet Ricker Born. Dec. 24 1745. N. S. 



Joseph 


Sep. 16. 1750. 


Sarah 


Dec. 1. 1752. 


Elisha. 


Jan. 24. 1755 


Mehetabel 


May. 10. 1757 



'17GQ icritten belcnc 17S0 erossrd out. 



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Kphraim July 15. I 

Eleanor. Jan. is. 17G2 

Mr. Job Clements'! whose 1st wife w:ls Mary Robert Haterfli Wo 

2nd. Dorcas Rickcr. 
1st wife 

Surah Clements Born 
John. 

2nd 

G[er]sh[om.] 

( hurles. 

Miriam Oct. 13, 176S 

Molly Feb. 3. 1770. 

Mr. Meturcn Kickers, who Married Lucy Wallingford. 
Moses Ricker Born 
Surah. 
Ehenezer. 
Patience 
Amos. 
David. 

Ensn. Saml Wentworth's who Married Patience Downs. 
Jonathan Wentworth Born Sep. 8. 1741 N. S. 
Sarah. June 17th. 1745. 

Enoch Jan. 6. 1752. 

Kezia. Sep. 25. 1754. 

Mary. Sep. 14. 1757. 

Amaziah Mar. 30th. 1760. 

Samuel Nov. [illegible] 

' Jacob. Jan. 1st 1795. 

Benja Austin's who Married SaraTi Pinkham 
Ebenezer Austin Born. 
Moses. 
Benja. 
Nicholas. 
Sarah. 
Danl. 
Peter. 

Saml. Austins who Married Abigail Pinkham. 
Samuel Austin Born Feb. 3. 174 \ 
Stephen. Oct. 3. 1755. 

Saml. Clements Junr. who Married Sarah Austin 
Moses Clements Born May 1st. 1767. 
Phebe January 21. 1770 

Benja. Born. 

Sarah Born 

Lydia Born. 

Jeremiah Born. 

Saml. Austin Junr. who Married Rachel Hawkins. 
[illegible] Austin Born Nov. 15. 1765. 
Paul Sep. 6. 1768 

Solomon Feb. 4. 1770 

Daniel on Friday March 27. 1772 

Andrew Born Monday Mar. 6. 1775. 

Ebenezer Nock whose 1st. wife was Elizabeth Ricker. 2nd. wife Wd. 
Mary Ricker Georges s Wd 
Lydia Nock. 

tol. lxxiii. 20 



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E ther 
Judith. 

Ebeneser. July 20th 1746. 
2nd. 

Silvanui 

licbccca. Tuesday Dec. 3. 17G2 

Reuben. Bom Thnr.-day Jan. 1st. 17G7. 

Mr. Silvsnufl Nook who Married Mary Papoon. 
Thos. Nock Horn Jan. 2S. 17G."',. 
Sarah Feb. 16. 1766. 

Silvanua Mar. 21. 17GS. 

George Ricker Deeds. Wo. Mary, whose Name was Mary Itandal. 
Hannah Horn. 

Elizabeth. 

Levi. July 30. 1749 

Judith. 

Abigail. 

George. 

Phinehas Kicker's whose 1st. Wife was Tamsen Rigga 2d. Wd. Deb. 
Miller. 
1st. 

Phinehas Ricker Born 

John. Feb. 25. 1751. 

Wentworth. 

Mark. 
2nd. 

Tamesen Ricker Feb. 13th. 1761. 

Thomas. Mar. 14. 17G3. 

Margaret Born Oct. — 17G3. 

Dorcas 

Mr. Ephraim Kickers whose 1st. Wife was Dorcas Garland 2nd. 
Sarah Wentworth. 
1st. N.S. 

Tamesin Ricker Born 
Jonathan 
Eleanor 

Dorcas. Nov. 30. 1733 

Nicholas 
2. 

Moses 

Mary 

Aaron. 

Sarah April 19. 1744 

Lemuel Oct. IS, 1747. 

Miriam Nov. 7. 1751 

Ezekiel. 

Mr. Aaron Ricker who Married Mary Nock. 

Sarah Ricker Born 

Hannah. Jan. 3. 1767. 

Danl. \Y r ed. Aug. 16. 17G9 

Molly Saturday May 22. 1773 

Ezekiel Thursday May 1. 

Mr. Moses Ricker's who Married [torn\ 

Henry Ricker Born July 5, 170 4 

Abigail Dec. 19. 1767 



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Elijah. Dee, l 1709 

Hannah Oct. 8. 1771. 

M i Aug. 1 1. 1 77.'i. 

Mr. Dan). Clcmentsi who Married Francei Wattiogford. 
Tho«. Hammock Boro April is. 17.">»; 
I'lli/ Hammocki Daughter Franse 
[line worn] 

Mr. Danl. Ilicker'l who Married Lucy Cromwcl. 
Esther Kicker Horn Feb. 28. L763 
Ruth March 28th. 1765. 

John. Dec. 28th. 1707. 

Caleb Jan 15. 1770 

Klias Hicker Born June ye 2nd. 1772 
Hannah Born Tuesday Oct. 18. 1774 

Jeremiah Born Sep. 27. 1775 

Danl Born Tuesday Apr. 1st. 1777 

Mr. Nicholas Car[>cntcr's who Married Miriam Davis Sep. 8. 1701 
Jno. Carpenter Born Dec. 0. 1701 
Thomas Carpenter Born July 2. 1701 
Benjamin Mar. 5th. 1707. 

Nathaniel Born Feb. 1st. 1770. 

Lydi* Born July 2nd 1770 

Silly Before Lydia Born July. 2nd. 1774. 

Wo'Sanih Wentworths Saml. Wentworths Wo. 
Joshua Wentworth Born Nov. 30. 1740 
James. January 5th. 1744. 

Rebecca. Sep. 20th. 1742. 

Henry. Oct. 8th. 1747. 

Mr.'Jno. Clark's who Married Bridget Ricker. 
Elizabeth Clark Born Aug. 1747. 
Dorcas. Feb. 21. 1749. 

Uriah. Mar. 2. 1751. 

William June 21st. 1752. 

John January 9th. 1754 New Stile 

George April 29. 1756 

Mary. Sep. 2. 1759. 

Thomas. Mar. 25th. 1701 

Mercy Aug. 31. 1763 

Hannah. May 30. 1765 

Mr. Gershom Wentworths who Married Deborah Wentworth. 
Gershom Wentworth Born May 26. 1761. 
Paul. Oct. 31st. 1765. 

Danl. Aug. 15 1770 Wed. 

Otee Friday Sep. 4th. 1772 

Tobias Friday March 4th. 1774 

Born Monday Night Mar 19. 1776 Dyd 
on Tuesday Aprl 7. 1776. 
Sarah Born Sunday April 27. 1777. 

Wo. Sarah Wentworth Ezekiels Wo. who Married David Lyford. 
Bphraim Wentworth Born 
Isaac [illegible] July 15th 1746 

Phinehss 

Jonathan May 14. 1752 

Dorothy June 16. 1754 



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Drisco • Juno 15. 171 

Mark Dee. L0. 1757 

Silvanui Jan. 1. 1760 

Mr. Richd. Downs'i who Married Patienee i'racy. 

Rebecca Downs Born Sep. 26. 1717. 

Pomfrey Feb. L5. 1750. 

Paul. June 9. 1755 

Charity July 8. 175!) 

Moses. April 30. 17G4 

Capt. Wm. Went worth's who Married [lawn] 

Mary Wentworth Born Sep. 0. 1738 N. S. 
Hannah. April 21. 1740 

Gcrshom Aug. 28. 1742 

Danl. Nov. 14. 1745 

ppin [perhaps Shippin] Nov. IS. 1747 

Sarah & _ , Dec. 25th. 1750. 

Evans ' NUns Dec. 25th. 1750. 

Mr. Benja Twombly's who Married Susannah Hobba. 
Hannah Twombly Born Jan. 25 (worn) 
Rebecca Mar. [irorn] 

Benja Jan. 18th 1768 

James Jan. 14. 1770. 

Rebecca April 20. 1771. 

Wo. Eliz. Rickers who Married Reuben Ricker Deed. 
Lydia Ricker Born 
Surah. 
Knock 
Henry 

Revd. James Pike's who Married Sarah Guilman. 
Sarah Pike Born 1731 

Daniel Pike Deer. 13th. 1732 

Betty Pike 173S 

Abigail Pike March 1740 

Nicholas Pike Octr. 17th 1743 
John Pike March 22d 1717 

Mary Pike July 1753 

Mr. Josiah Tebbets's who Married Molly Warren, 
[worn] Born March ye 31st 1764 
Abigail Born Monday Feb. 9. 1767 
Mercy Born 

Betty Born on Fridav Oct. 9. 1772 
Molly Born on Wed Oct. 2. 1776 
Samuel Born 

Mr. Benja. Wentworth's who Married Betty Drew 

Francis Born July 14. 1763 
Gershom Mar. 19. 1765. 

Sally Born 

Lydia Born on Augt ye 20th 1772 

Louis Born ) x , _ ,__, 

Elizabeth Born [May 27. 1/74 

Son Joseph Born Fridav Apl 30. 1779 
Elizabeth Dyd Thursday March ye 30. 17S0 

Dr. Moses Carr's who Married Mary Gerrish. 
John Carr Born 



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Molly 

Mom 

Janes 
Betty 
Hannah 

Sally 
Paul 
Susannah. 

Dn. Moses Stevens's whose 1st Wife was ( lark. 2nd. Wo. 

Sarah Philpot. 
1. 

Hannah Stevens Born Jan. 25. 1733 0. S. 

John 

Aaron 

David 
2. 

Sarah Sunday Feb. 25th. 1759 

Joanna Tues. July 

Hubbard Thur. Aug. 9th 17G5. 

Betty. Born Wed. Feb. 27. 1768. 

Mr. Benja. Warren's whose 1st Wife was Mercy Nock 2nd. MehetabeJ 
Smith. 



1. 



Francis Warren Born Dec. 5th. 1744. 
Molly . Dec.13, 1740. 

Peter Oct 9th 174S. 

Benjamin. Dec. 9. 1750 

Elizabeth* July 29. 1752. Betty. 

Thomas April 29th 1754 

Moses June 21. 1757 21 Eunice. 

2nd. 

Samuel Warren Born Dec. 22. 1702 

Mercy. June ye 19th 1704 

Samuel Warren Dy'd on Saturday June ye 5th 1779. 

Mr. Francis Warren's who Married Elizabeth Field. 
William Warren Born Dec. 23 1764 
Mehctabcl. Feb. 13. 17G7. on Friday. 

Sarah May 15. 1709. 

Mary Born June ye 4th 1771 

Love Born Sat, Jan. 1. 1774. 

Joseph Born 

Francis Born 

Peter Warren Born Wed. Aug. 9th 17S0. 

Mr. Abraham Mimmy who Married Ann Pittman. 
Mary Mimmy Born 
Jane 
Fhebe. 
John. 

Ann Downs which Rhoda Pappoon had by her Husband 
Joseph Downs. 

Lieut. Moses Yeaton's whose 

Moses Yea ton Born Oct. 13th, 1753 
Francis. May 19th 1750 

Samuel. Nov 3rd 175S. 

•"Eliiabeth" is crowed out. 



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Nnhum. Jan. 17. 1762.. 

Theodore. June 28. 171 

Bbeneier. Nov. 18. 17' 

Capt. Thos. Wallingford'a who Married Abigail Hill. 
Margaret Wallingford Bora [ii<>rn\ 
Mary. 1 December 29. 1750. 

Elisabeth, bruary 28th 17 

Thoma . Sunday 1 W. 1 1. 1757 

John. January 2. 1765. 

Abigail. March 10. 17<i7. 

Andrew April 27. 1770 

Collo. Jno. Wentworth's whose 1st. wife was Joanna Gwilman. 2nd. 
Abigail Millet. 3rd. wife Wo Elizabeth Cole. Collo. Wallingford'a 
Daughter. 
1st. 

Paul Wentworth Born. Oct. 14. 1713 
John. July 28. 171.",. 



2nd. 



3rd. 



Thomas Millet Wentworth Feb. 10. 1753 
Joanna. June 21. 17")."). 

Abigail April 23. 1 7 ."> 7 

Susannah. j\ugust 12. 1760 

Andrew April 20th. 1764 



Abra April 14. 1769 

Samuel Sep. 21. 1770 

Mr. Ebenczer Wallingfords who Married Mary Wentworth Collo 
Wentworth's sister. 

Thos. Wallingford Born Sep. 11th 1755 Dy'd on Sep. 11th 1772. 
Amos. Born on March ye 6th. 17G2 

Issues of Mr. Mark <fc Elizabeth Wentworth Deed. 
Mark Wentworth Born 
Mary 174S 

Joanna Aug. 1750 

[worn] 1752 

Benjamin 1756 

Issues of Mr. Thos. Noble A Wife Deed. 
Thomas Noble Born times of 
Margaret. 

Lydia. Birth 

Joseph. 

Stephen. not Known 

John. 

Wd Leary's 

Sarah 

James I>earv Born. 

Daniel. June 24th 1746. 

Jane 

Sidney 

Wo. Damaris Brock's. 

Elizabeth Brock Born 

John 

Margaret 

Celia 



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1919) Master Tale's Diary 313 

William 

Simeon 
Martha 

Francis 
Sarah 

Mr. Zacclu-us Varney's who Married Margaret Brock. 
Dorothy Varncy Born June 12th 1764 
William. Tim*. Jan. 2 1st. 17GG. 

Davis Dec. 2. L76S 

Huldafa Born Feb. 25. 1772 

Kbenezer Wed. Dec. 25th 1774 

Biekiel Feb. 10 1777 Monday k Dy'd on Satur- 

day July 19. 1777 

Mr. Philip Pappoons by his Wife Mary Emory & by his Womans Mary 

Peb(toom] 

Wife 

Elisabeth Pappoon Born 

Mary. 
Womans. 

Hannah. 

Mr. Richd. Boyce's who Married Olive Pickeren. who had a Negro 
Bastard. 

Sarah Boyce Boyce May 1st 1756 

James Feb. 13 1758 

Lydia Feb. 27.1760 

Richard. May 10. 1762 

Jotham Born Sep. 28. 1765 

Eliz. Dec. 19. 1767. 

Reuben Born Jan. 25th 1770 

Elisha Born Aug. ve 2nd 1772. 

George* Born Mar 27 1775. 27th Mark. 

Son Born Monday Aprl 6. 1778 

Wo. Abigail Drew's 

Elizabeth Drew Born 
John. 

Mr. Richd. Yeaton's who Married Experience Pray. 
John Yeaton Born Sep. 25. 1759 
Paul. March 31. 1762. 

Mary. April 11th 1763 

Andrew. May Sth 1764 

Richard April 6th 1768 

Elisabeth April 19th. 1770 

Philip June ISth 1772 

Joshua Born June 24. 1774 

Mr. Jedediah Roberts's who Married Mrs Eunice Pray. 
Mary Roberts Born March 2S 1766 
Dorothy Nov. 6. 176S 

Ilannahf Nov. 7. 1770 Alice. 

Daughter Hannah Dec. 30. 1772. 
Eunice Friday Nov. 26. 1774 

Jedediah Born Tuesday Nov. 19. 1776 

Wo. Kezia Evans's 

Kezia Evans Born 

•"George is crossed out. 
fllaun&h" it* crossed out. 



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Joseph 

Joanna 

Benja. 

Joseph Talcs who Married Elisabeth Saunders 
Robert Tate Born Aug. ye 10. 1744 
Joseph. March 11. on Friday 1740 

Benja. Aug. Kth on Monday. 1740 

Mark Sunday Nov. 21st 1751. 

Mary. Friday May 14 175G. 

Mr. Ix)vc Roberts's whose 1st Wife was Mary Iloberts. 2nd Wo Ann Pray 
let. 

Jedidiah Born. 
Elisabeth. 

Joanna 
Hannah 
Love. 
Mary 
Alice 
Moses 
2nd 

Ann Born Nov. 23. 1764 
Peter. July 1st 17G0. 

Mr. Jno. Legro'a who Married Sarah Randal. 
John Born 
David 

Abigail 

Thomas. 

Samuel. 

Mr. Jno. Knight's who Married Lvdia Roberts. 
Danl Knight Born June 28 1704 
Joshua April 5. 1767 

Thomas. Sep. 21. 1709 

Nathl Born Aug. 16th 1772. 

Mr. Win. Plaisteads who Married Judith Ricker. 
Hannah Born May 14 
William. 
Olive 
Samuel. 

Mr. Willabey Goodings who Married Lydia Nock. 
Noah Born August 14th. 1754 
Elisabeth Dec. 7th 17.56. 

Martha Feb. 10. 1761. 

Amasiah Feb. 16. 1763. 

Huldah August 10. 1765. 

Judith Dec. 16. 1767. 

Dorcas Born 

Miss Molly Walton one by John Tebbets. 2nd by John Pierce 
Nobs [?] son Jno Tebbets Born. 
Sarah Pierce Born Oct. 12 1772 

Mr. Otis Varney's who Married Fry. 

Patience Varney Born. 

Mr. William Tebbets's who Married Molly Hearl[?] [possibly Head] 
William Tebbets Born Julv 24. 1744 
John Nov. 10. 1746 



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Mary Feb, 10. 171 1. 

Margaret Jan. 27. 17', 1 

Judith May S. 1756 

Abigail Jan. 11, 1758 

Jamei Feb. 15, 1700 

Lydia Sep. 18. 1702 

Sarah April 3. 1766 

Nancy Mar. 13. 1760 

Wo. Elizabeth Coles. 

Mary Cole Born Sunday Aug. 22nd 1750 
Ambrose. Friday Jan. 27. 1753 

Elisabeth May 2. 1700 

Amos. Born Aug. 19. 1702. 

Mr. Nahum Marshals who Married Martha Lord. 
John Marshal Born May 4th 1703 
Martha October 17. 1700. 

Thomas September 5. 170s. 

Bridget Born. May 30. 1771 at Berwick. 

Mr. Bcnja. Quinbcy's who Married Plummer. 

Jacob Quinbey Born Oct. 10. 1743 New Stile 
Benjamin Sep. 15. 1740. (") ["] 

Joseph. July 1. 1750. [") ("] 

Anne. Mar. 19. 1754. [") ("] 

Nathan Mar. 5. 1750 ["] ("1 

Moses June 21. 1759. ["] ("1 

Simeon Nov. 27. 1707. ("] ["] 

Mr. David Stevens's who Married Sarah Smith. 
Jno Stevens Born July 27. 1700 
William June 0. 1708. 

Dorothy Mondav Mar. 30 

Monday Mar. 30. 1772 

Mr. Henry Gooding who Married Elizabeth Weymouth. 
Ann Gooding Born. Monday July 2S. 1700. 
Lydia Abbott Born April 10. 

Mr. Patrick Murphys who Married Kezia Evans. 

Thos. Murphy Born June 27. 1750 Alias Thos. Mckvicker. 

Mr. Danl. Goodings family who Married Lydia Roberts. 
Hannah Garland Born July \lb[\vorn\ 
Eliz. Roberts. Danl. Roberts's Daughter Born June IS. 175S 

Serjt. Jno. Hall's Whose 1st wife was [u'orn] 2nd [worn] 
1st. 

Saml. Hall Born March 1st 1730 



Ann 


Nov. 21. 1730 


2nd. 




William 


July 10. 1745 


Ruth 


Mar. 1 1750 


Lucy 


Dec. 20th 1751 


Silas 


May 9th 1753. 


Philip 


Born May ye. 15. 1755 


Mercy. 




John. 


Nov. 1st 1703. 



[To be continued] 



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PROCEEDINGS OF THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC 

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

By Hf.nhy BdwaBM Scott, A.B., Recording Secretary 

Boston, Massachusetts, 1 Octof/er 191!). A stated meeting of the Society waa held 
in Wilder Hall, Ashhurt.on Place, at 2.30 P.M., Vice-President Cha e pr. -.siding. 

The minutes of the M.iy meeting wen: approved, and the reports of the Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Librarian. Historian, and Council were accepted, the '''jun- 
cil reporting that linoi the May meeting members of the Society had been 
elected as follows: 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Members 

Harry Payne Whitney of New York City 

John North Willys of Toledo, Ohio 

William Henry 1'orter l 

George Stephenson Brewster 

John Pierpont Morgan >of New York City 

Frederick Panning Aycr 

Frank Pierce Frazier I 

George French Porter of Chicago, 111. 

John Claflin of New York City 

Windsor T White of Cleveland, Ohio 

Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt 

August Belmont 

Edward S. Harkness 

Cleveland Hoadley Dodge 

Mortimer L. SchilT 

Jacob Henry SchifT 

Mrs. Willard Diekerman Straight 

Allen W.irdncr Evarts 

James Brown Potter 

Henry Robinson Townc 

Richard Teller Crane, Jr., of Chicago, 111. 

Eugene Delano of New York City 

Mrs. Gustavus Franklin Swift of Chicago, 111. 

George Burnham, Jr., of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Harvey S. Firestone of Akron, Ohio 

Thomas Fortune Ryan / fV \' i r-* 
a , n rS u \ of New l ork City 

Samuel Pomcroy Colt V * 

Herbert H. Franklin of Syracuse, N. Y. 

Edward Whiting Hopkins of San Francisco, Cal. 

Mrs. Washington Everett Connor 

William II . Crocker 

John Bartlett Dennis 

Stephen Norman Bond 

Charles Phelps Taft of Cincinnati. Ohio 

Edward Eugene Loomis of New York City 

Robert Todd Lincoln of Washington, D. C. 

Adolf Liebmann of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Vernon Carleton Brown of New York City 

Mrs. John Wycth of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Jeptha Homer Wade of Cleveland, Ohio 

Mrs. Frank Spencer Witherbee 

William Crapo Durant 

Julien Tappan Davies 

Frederick Samuel Fish of South Bend, Ind. 

Ewald II. Schniewind of New York City 

George A. Gibson of Boston, Mass. 

Samuel T. Peters 



of New York City 



of New York City 



of New York City 



Edward Dean Adams 
Artemas Ward 
Valentine P. Snyder 



of New York City 



\ 



of New York City 



of New York City 



1010) Proceeding of the N. K. Hist. Gen. Society 317 

Lyman TV C.ofT of Pawtucket, K. I. 
George Albert, Draper of Boston, Mass. 
Henry Richmond Taylor of New York City 
George Fo ter Peabody of Saratoga 8pringa, N. Y. 

Clara Endicott Scars / f ,, . %g _ 

,, , , , , •• "f Boston, Mass. 

I lenry < ■ Lapnara ) ' 

William Arthur Gallup of North Adams, Mass. 

Robert Gould Shaw of Broolcline, Maes. 

Mrs. Rowland G. Hazard of Peace Dale, R. I. 

Frederic A. Jutlliard of New York City 

Henry HornUower of Boston, Mass. 

Haliburton Palei ) rM v t r>* 

m, i Cw . „ ., of New l ork City 

I heodore Newton Vail \ J 

Thornton K'irkland I/othrop, Jr., of Boston, Mass. 

Lewil Dew art Apsley of Hudson, Mass. 

William Wallace Crapo of New Bedford, Mass. 

James Pierce Stearns of Brookline, Mass. 

Mrs. James A. Scrymser 

Annie Burr Jennirms 

Georpe Ellsworth Dunscombe 

John L. BeveranOB of Cleveland, Ohio 

Marsden Jasiel Berry of Providence, It. I. 

Edward LaseU Partridge 

Georpe Norton Miller 

Edward Eiowland Robinson Green 

Finlev Johnson Shepard 

Abraham S. Iserson 

John Eliot Thayer of Lancaster, Mass. 

Walter Cabot Baylies of Boston, Mass. 

Isobel II . Iycnman of Washington, D. C. 

Andrew Adie of Boston, Mass. 

Edward Kemp of New York City 

Mrs. Jacob C. Ropers of Peabody, Mass. 

David Hale Fanning of Worcester, Mass. 

Gustave Maurice Hcckschcr of New York City 

Edmund Copswell Converse of Greenwich, Conn. 

Augustus Peabody I>orinp of Boston, Mass. 

Franklin Day Ix)cke of Buffalo, N. Y. 

Everett W. Frazar of New York City 

Henry I.<ce Hippinson of Boston, Mass. 

Charles B. Henry of Lincoln, N. IL 

Francis Wood Carpenter of Providence, R. I. 

Arthur Fletcher Whitin of Whitinsville, Mass. 

Mrs. Frederick F. Thompson of Canandaipna, N. Y. 

Shepherd Brooks 

Wallace Lincoln Pierce 

Mrs. Thornton Kirkland Lothrop 

Ambrose Swasey of Cleveland. Ohio 

Mrs. Georpe Luther White of Waterbury, Conn. 

Benjamin F. Bourne of Cleveland. Ohio 

Nicholas V. V. Franchot of Olean, N. Y. 

Allan M. Clement of Chieapo, 111. 

Mrs. Elbridge Torrey of Dorchester, Mass. 

Arnold Buffum Chace of Providence, R. I. 

Georpe Richmond Fearing, Jr., of Boston, Mass. 

Hugh D. Auchincloss 

Daniel G. Tcnney 

William Rockefeller 

John H. Meyer 

Mrs. John J. Lapham 

Simeon B. Chase of Fall River, Mass. 

S. Worrall Hyde of Greenwich, Conn. 

Andrew Carnegie (now deceased) of New York City 



of Boston, Mass. 



of New York City 



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318 Procrrdinjs of the N. E. Hist. Gen. Soa> [(> 

Mrs. Alfn-<l Bowne Soott of 'h'iu'vh, Switzerland 

Mrs. Joseph A. Ilowcii of Fail River, Mm 
( SeOfSja Fisher Baker I 

Henry Schniewind. Jr.. fV - v - i ,-. 

,, i ii . ■, . ' ' > of New i ork City 
Payne n lutney ' 

Prank Andrew Munscy I 

William ( !\vin Mather of ( Heveland, Ohio 

Joseph Dowd of New York City 

Albert Randolph Crittend* n of Middle-town, Conn. 

E. L. McOlain of Greenfield, Ohio 

William du Pont of \\ ilmington, Del. 

John M. Pushee Of West Newton, Mass. 

Joseph Green Butler. Jr., of Youngstown, Ohio 

Alvah Woodbury Sulloway of Franklin, N. H. 

Julius Palmer of Providence, It. I. 

Charles Lang Freer of Detroit, Mich. 

Mrs. H. P. Dinsrnore of Staataburc, X. Y. 

James Richards Williston of New York City 

I>ouis McCarthy of West Koxbury, Mass. 

William Amory Gardner of Groton, Mass. 

Charles French Avery of Newtonville, Mass. 

Mrs. William Hathaway Forbes of Milton, Mass. 

Frederick E. Attcaux of Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

John Worth Edmonds of New York City 

Joseph It. Walker of Salt Lake City, Utah 

Mrs. William E. Joslin of Providence, It., I. 

Alice Elisa Kingsbury of Waterbury, Conn. 

Itufus Adams Sibley of Rochester, N. Y. 

Benjamin Holt of Stockton, Cal. 

Samuel Tate Morgan of Richmond, Ya. 

Mrs. Charles Augustus Chapin of Chicago, 111. 

George W. Br.-ickenridce of San Antonio, Tex. 

Helen Elizabeth Chase of Waterbury, Conn. 

Edgar Lewis Marston of New York City 

Newell Sill Jenkins (now deces ed) of New Haven, Conn. 

Edward Worcester of Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Stephen C. Millett 

Walter Scott f M v , <-. . 

T ^ i , • ci f of New 1 ork City 

Joseph Jermain Slocum ' 

Nathan Hofheimer ) 

Mrs. Francis E. Bacon of Riverside, Cal. 

Mrs. Samuel H. Leathe of St. Louis. Mo. 

Isaac Frank Stevens of Nashua, N. H. 

Henry Rogers Winthrop of New York City 

Charles Webster I^eonard of West Newton, Mass. 

Mrs. William H. Haile (now deceased) of Springfield, Mass. 

Mrs. Frederic Shurtleff Coolidgc of New York City 

A. B. C. Hardy of Flint Mich. 

George Meade Bond of Hartford, Conn. 

Mrs. James Goldthwaite freeman of Boston, Mass. 

Charles W. Holtzer of Brookline, Mass. 

George M. Pynchon of Greenwich, Conn. 

Henry Oliver Underwood of Belmont, Mass. 

Charles Newell Winship of Wakefield, Mass. 

Timothy H. Fowler of Holvoke, Mass. 

John J. O'Brien of Chicago', 111. 

Mrs. Grace Gorham Clifton of Buffalo, N. Y. 

Henry Swift Kimball of Greenwich, Conn. 

John McE. Bowman of New York City 

James H. Foster of Cleveland. Ohio 

Arthur Wellincton Dennis of Providence, R. I. 

Mrs. Charles Henry Hill of Manchester, N. H. 



1919] Proceedings of the N. K. HisL Gen. Soci<l>j 319 

Lijr Member* 

Mrs. Warren .Joseph Moulton of Bangor, M 
Mrs. Charles Snow Thsyer of Hartford, ''nun. 

Reeident itemben 

Ruth A a a or et ta Raton of Salt Lake City, Utah 

Mrs. .John D. Poglc <>f Bourbon, ln<l. 

Mrs. Paul M. Hamlen of Boston. Mh 

John Winthrop Auchincloss of New York City 

George Woodman Pratt <>f Ncwlmi Centre, Mass. 

Mrs. George Erastua Whitney of Augusta, (la. 

Frederic Davis Hall of Somerville, Ma ■> 

Mrs. James Alanson Eldredge of Woods Croat, Utah 

Arthur Stuart Walcott of Washington, D. C. 

Charles Scwall Tilton of Indianapolis, Ind. 

Ixniise Ixivell of Roxbury, Mass. 

Nclla Jane Pearson of West Newton, Mass. 

Winthrop S. Scuddcr of ( lambridgfB, Mass. 

Nelson C. Davis of Winchester, Mass. 

John Warren of Boston, Mass. 

James Winston Hall of Winslow, Wash. 

Gilbert 10. Felch of Somerville, Mast. 

John Gillette Matthews of I'eiea, Ohio 

Luvia M. Willard of .Jamaica, N. Y. 

Charles F. Danforth of Boston, Mass. 

The Council also reported that since the May meeting the following 6evcn 
Resident and Life Members of the Society had become Pilgrim Tercentenary 
Members: 

Mrs. Franklyn Ilallett Lovcll Samuel Putnam Avery 

Grant Walker Frederick Marden Ambrose 

Clement Stevens Houghton Harry Hates Thayer 

Edward Augustus Bowen 

The Council also reported the names of twenty- three candidates for Pilgrim 
Tercentenary Membership, one candidate for Life Membership, and four 
candidates for Resident Membership, stating that action by the Council on 
these names would be in order after they had been posted for thirty days, in 
accordance with the By-Laws. By vote of the Society the reading of the names 
of these candidates was omitted. 

The Recording Secretary announced that Mr. Charles Sherburne Pcnhallow, 
in a letter dated 3 September 1919, had presented his resignation as a member 
of the Council; and, on motion, it was 

Voted, That the Society has learned with gro:it regret that Mr. Charles Sherburne Pcnhallow 
finds it impossible to remain longer as a member of the Council, and that it enters on its record* 
at this time its appreciation of Mr. Peuhallow's faithful services to the Society, especially as 
Chairman of the Committee on English Research for thirteen years (1905-1917). 

Voted, That at the stated meeting of this Society in Novcml>er next an election be held, in 
accordance w"\th the By-Laws, to fill the vacancy in the Council caused by the resignation of 
Charles Sherburne Pcnhallow. 

The Chair then presented, as the speaker of the afternoon, J. Gardner Bartlctt 
of Boston and London, who gave an entertaining and instructive address en- 
titled Ancestor Hunting in England. Mr. Bartlett, who since the death of Henry 
FitzGilbert Waters has been recognized as the greatest living authority on the 
early settlers of New England and their English antecedents, described the 
methods employed by American investigators among English records in tracing 
the ancestry of the early immigrants to New England. He illustrated his remarks 
by interesting lantern slides showing facsimiles of various ancient genealogical 
documents and views of several cathedrals and depositories of public records 
in England. 

After the Society had voted to extend its thanks to the speaker, the Chair, 
at 4.05 P.M., declared the meeting dissol"ed, and the members of the Society, 
with their guests, enjoyed a social hour in the tea room. 



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NOTES 

It having come to the attention of this Society that certain geneal- 
ogists and publishers have usd the name of the Society in con- 
nection with their own enterprises, the Society again desires to 
state that it has NO genealogical representatives in this country 
or in England, nor is it in any way connected with any publications 
other than those that it issues over its own name at 9 Ashburton 
Place, Boston. 

Westcott -Lk wis. — In J. Russell Bullock's "Stukeley Westcote and Some of 
His Descendants," published in two parts, 1886 and 1888, the statement il mado 
(page 1 1 1 of the second part) that Martha 4 Westcott (Jabez, 4 Samuel, 1 Jeremiah, 1 
Stukeley 1 of Salem, Mass , and of Providence, Warwick, and Portsmouth, R. I.) 
married Benjamin Ixjwis of Providence, and had probably a son Benjamin, who 
was born in 1785 and died 11 June 1848. Mehitablc* Westcott, sister of Martha, 1 
is said in the same book to have married John Dykcman of New York City. 

This statement in regard to the husband of Martha Westcott was based on a 
chart, preserved in the library of the Rhode Island Historical Society at Provi- 
dence, which gives the descendants of Samuel 1 Westcott, grandfather of Martha, 
and his wife, Freelove Fenner. The wording of the chart is: "Martha Westcot 
marrid Benj a Lewis/' and "Bcnj*" was interpreted by the compiler of the West- 
cott genealogy as "Benjamin." The following record, copied from a leaf taken 
from a I^ewis Family Bible,* shows that the husband of Martha Westcott wat 
Bcnajah (not Benjamin) Lewis, and gives the birth records of their children: 

Bcnajah Lewis «fc Martha Wescott was married May 7 th 1701 = 

Sarah Lewis Born 3d Oct'. 17G2 

Nancy Lewis Born 25 th Aug. 1764 

James Lewis Born 11 th Feb. 1767 

Sabin Lewis Born 15 Sept 1769 

Jabez Lewis Born 22 May 1772 

Martha Lewis Wife of Bcnajah Lewis Died 22 Sept 1772 JE 30 Y. 9 D. 

Jabez Lewis son of Bcnajah Died 31 Oct 1772 /£, 5 Months 9 D 

A letter written in 1824 by Sabin Lewis, son of Bcnajah and Martha (West- 
cott) Lewis, to his brother, James Lewis, gives considerable information about the 
writer's family and relatives, and the reference in it to "uncle Dyekman's family" 
furnishes additional evidence of the identity of the Martha Westoott whom 
Bcnajah Lewis married, proving her to be a sister of the Mehitablc Westcott who 
married John Dykeman of New York City. The letter, which is addressed to M r 
James L[ew]is, New B[er]lin, Cou[n]ty of Chenango, New York,f is in part as 
follows: 

Poughkeepsie August 11 th 1824. 

I received your favour, giving the melancholy information of the death of your 
wife, which was the first news I had of it. — Dear brother, you have had many 
and severe trials ... 

. . . God . . . was first pleased to afTlict me with a grievous chastning in 
the sudden and premature death of my little son, which sister Xancy undoubtedly 
informed you of . . . . Then in my old age, when on the brink of the grave, 
I began the important work, which a whole life would be too short to accomplish. 
And it appears to me that about two years and a half which I have endeavoured 
to spend in the service of my God is the only time, which I can truly have said 
to have lived since I was born. — Dear brother, I wish much to see you and should, 
long before this, had not my circumstances have been such, as made it impossible. 

•The leaf containing the record was brought in 1793 from Providence. K I . to Chenango Co., 
N. Y.. by James I-cwis. son of Bcnajah and grandfather of the- writer of this note. It pawed 
into the possession of Jame* Lewis, son of Jr. -nca. and was sent to the writer by Mrs. Minerva 
Lewis (wife of the younger Jamea), who died in 1913, aged 90 years. The Bible itself was left 
in Providence, and :ill tnice of it has l>een lost. 

tThe paper is broken and worn where it was folded, and the letters in the address which are 
enclosed in brackets are no longer legible. 



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Your mentioning, that you designed making me a visit this fall has sawed rnc 
much joy, and I sincerely hope you will aOOOmpfiah it. My wih\ and what children 
I have at home, would DC delighted to sec you. Charles, my oldest son it married 
and has two children, and at prcisent, live near us. — IOIzada, our daughter, n 
likewise married and has two children, and live about Thirty BU miles from this. 

— Jahcz, my aeoond son, lives in Augusta state of Georgia, and ii unmarried. — 

Klmanson, my third son, lives in Milford state of Delaware, and is likewi iridic. 

— Palemon, my voungeei son, hoards at homi and is learning the book-binding 

business.- God has blessed me with filial, sober and induitrioui children, 
who, are a comfort and a prop to rny declining years. We arc enjoying good 
health. . . 

I have lately had a letter from Richard Stone,* who lives in Charlton, Massa- 
chusetts, about Forty miles from Providence. lie and family wen: well, like- 
wise his father's, which he had heard from but a few days before the date. 

I have just returned from New-York, and have made a visit to cousin Hetty 
Turnbull. She buried her husband about two years since, and h:us been for some 
time pent in a decline, I think a consumption. . . . She has a very fine family 
of children by whose industry, she is now chiefly supported. Her sister Martha, 
M r " Rogers, lives near her and is in comfortable circumstances. They two arc 
all that are left of uncle Dyckman's family. . . . 

your Affectionate Brother. 

Sabin Lewis. 

M r James Lewis. 
P. S. ... 

Washington, I). C. M. Louise Lovkll. 



Historical Intelligence 

Heraldry. — The Committee on Heraldry of the New England Ili-torie 
Genealogical Society strongly recommends that all coats of arms which can be 

proved to be authentic be offered for POOOrd 
with this Society. The arrangements for the 
making and preservation of such records are 
complete, and the volume of recorded arms has 
been begun by the entry therein of a number of 
well-authenticated coats. Printed forms and 
directions for the making of applications may 
be obtained from the Committee, and all com- 
munications on this subject should be addressed 
to the Committee on Heraldry, New Kngland 
Historic Genealogical Society, 9 Ashbuxton 
Place, Boston. 

Without taking any position with reference to 
the propriety of assuming arms, the Committee 
will be glad to examine arms or heraldic devices 
which any person or organization desires to as- 
sume, and give advice as to whether the same are heraldically correct or whether 
they violate a right of exclusive use heretofore acquired by others. 




Genealogies in Preparation. — Persons of the several names arc advised 
to furnish the compilers of these genealogies with records of their own families 
and other information which they think may be useful. We would suggest that 
all facts of interest illustrating family history or character be communicated, 
especially service under the U. S. Government, the holding of other offices, grad- 
uation from college or professional schools, occupation, with places and dates 
of birth, marriage, residence, and death. All names should be given in full if 
possible. No initials should be used when the full name is known. 

•Richard Cecil Stone, afterwards a Congregational .ninister. was a nephew of the writer of the let- 
ter. He was son of Rufus Stone (a descendant of Hugh Stone of Warwick. R. I.) and his wife Sarah 
Lewis, daughter of Benajah and Martha (Westcott) Lewis. For this Stone family see Genealogy 
of the Stone Family originating in Rhode Island, by Rev. Richard Cecil Stone. Providence. 18G6. 



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Clement. — Robert, baptized at Cosby, eo. LdoaftflT, England, It Dee. 166 
died at Haverhill, Mass, 20 Srpt. lt'>.">s ( by Mrs. Mary Lovering Holman, 
Winsor Avenue, Wat<-rtown, Mass. 

Clouston — Capt. ThoBBes. merieer, beptiied 'it Sfromness, West Mainland, 

Orkney, Scotland, 2 Oct 1/43, died at Ni-wburyport, Mass., 10 Aug. L70S, by 
Frank Ilervcy Pettingell, 73G Citizens National Bank building, I/»s Angeles, 
Cal. 



RKCENT BOOKS 



[The Editor particularly requests persons sending books for listing in the Rr.nwTr.n to state, 
for the information of readers, the price of each book, with the amount to be added for postage 
when sent by mail, nnd from whom it may be ordered. For the January issue, books should b« 
received by Nov. 1; for April, by Feb. 1; for July, by May 1; and for October, by July 1.) 

GENEALOGICAL 

West genealogy. William West of Scituate, It. I., farmer, soldier, statesman. 
By George M. West. St. Andrews, Fla., Panama City Publishing Co., 1019. 
32 p. pi. 4° 

Wolcott genealogy. Fourteenth annual report of the Society of Descendants of 
Henry Wolcott. The Wolcott family in the World War. n. p. [1919.] 3G p. 8 



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BIOGRAPHICAL 

Halliday, Samuel Byram, memoir. Samuel Byram Halliday [1812-1897, 
memoir], n. p. n. d. 17 p. fesm. por. 8° 

Tufts College, Honor Roll. Honor Roll of Tufts men who served our country 
in the Great War. With a brief history of the Tufts Club of Boston and a sketch 
of the work which was carried on for all Tufts men in the service. [Tufts College 
Press, 1919.] 24 p. fesm. il. 8° 

Yale College, Class of 1873. Fourth supplement to the history of the Yale 
Class of 1873 (Academic). August 1, 1919. By Frederick J[ob] Shepard, Class 
Secretary, n. p. [1919.] p. 633-759, pi. por. 8° 

HISTORICAL 

(a) General 

New York State Library, history bulletin 12. University of the State of New 
York Bulletin. New York State Library, history bulletin 12. Peter Sailly (1754- 
1S2G), a pioneer of the Champlain Valley, with extracts from his diary and letters. 
By George S Bixby. Albany, The University of the State of New York, 1919. 
94 p. fesm. por. 4° 

(6) Local 

Hartford, Conn., Asylum Hill Congregational Church. The Asylum Hill Con- 
gregational Church, Hartford, Conn. Annual report for the year 191S. Founded 
March 23, 1865. Incorporated March 19, 1S95. 61 p. fesm. il. pi. por 12° 

SOCIETIES and MAGAZINES 

American Historical Association. Annual report of the American Historical 
Association for the year 1916. In two volumes, vol. 1. Washington, 1919. 
507 p. 8° 

American Historical Association. Annual report of the American Historical 
Association for the year 1916. In two volumes, vol. 2. Correspondence of 
Robert M. T. Hunter, 1S26-1S76. Edited by Charles Henry Ambler. Wash- 
ington, 1918. 3S3 p. S° 

Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Samuel Ashley Chap- 
ter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Clarcmont, N. IL, list of office™ 
and members, 1919-1920. Organized February 15, 1S97. 12 p. 12° 



THE 

NEW ENGLAND 

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 

REGISTER 



SUPPLEMENT TO APRIL NUMBER, 1019 



PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

new england 
Historic Genealogical Society 

AT THE 

ANNUAL MEETING, 5 FEBRUARY 1919 

WITH 

MEMOIRS OF DECEASED MEMBERS, 1918 




PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY 

AT THE ROBERT HENRY EDDY MEMORIAL ROOMS 

9 ASH BURTON FLACE, BOSTON 

1919 



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SPARTAN PRESS INC 

146 OLIVER STRCCT 

BOSTON 



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CONTENTS 



Officers Elected by the Society for the Year 1919 
Officers and Committees Appointed by the Council 
Report of Proceedings at the Annual Meeting 
Report of the Council .... 

Committee on Finance 

Committee on Ways and Means 

Committee on Increase of Membership 

Committee on Sale of Publications . 

Committee on Publications 

Committee to Assist the Historian 

Committee on English Research 

Committee on Heraldry 

Committee on the Library . 

Committee on Collection of Records 

Committee on Epitaphs 

Committee on Papers and Essays 
Report of the Librarian- 
Report of the Corresponding Secretary 
Report of the Treasurer .... 
Report of the Trustees of the Kidder Fund 
Report of the Historian — Necrology for 191S 
Memoirs of Deceased Members .... 
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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY 
FOR THE YEAR L919 



^Jrcsitjnit 
JAMES PIIINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Lrrr.D Portland, V 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE BrookHM 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Bell ist, Mc 

ALBERT HENRY LAMSON Klkins, N. II. 

WILLIAM WALLACE BTICKNEY, LL.D Ludlow, Vt 

WILLIAM PAINE s Hi; FFI ELD, A. M Newport, R. L 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD, M.A., B.D Hartford, ' 

&tcorbing ^s>ccrctarr» 
HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Mcdford 

Corrrdponbtng ^rcrctarp 
GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. . . Newport, R. I. 

{Treasurer 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD Top sii. lid 

librarian 

WILLIAM PRJESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

1L\)t Council 

JAMES PHINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Litt.D. 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B. 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW 

For 1919 

Mrs. ANNIE CORINNE ELLISON Belmont 

NATHAN MATTHEWS, LL.D Boston 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B Boston 

For 1919, 1920 

ARTHUR HOLBROOK WELLMAN, M.A., LL.B. .... Topsfieid 

Mrs. BELLE AUGUSTA BEAVEY FLOYD Winthrop 

FRANK ERNEST WOODWARD Wcllesley Hdb 

Far 1919, 1920, 1921 

LEW CASS HILL Boston 

CHARLES SHERBURNE PENHALLOW. A.B Jamaica Plain 

Mrs. AGNES BEVILLE VATJGHAN TEDCASTLE . . . Milton 

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OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 
POB THE Yi:\i: 1919 



APPOINTED BY THE COUNCIL 



LEWIS WILDER HICKS, MA TTnllMilJ 

Cbitor of publications 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.li Med ford 

Committee on jfmance 

JAMES PIIIXNEY BAXTER, A.M., Lirr.D., 

Chairman cz officio . . Portland, Me. 

NATHAN MATTHEWS, IX I) Baton 

CHARLES WILLIAM MosELEY Nowburyport 

CHARLES EDWARD MANN Mild 

LEW CASS HILL Boston 

MATT BU8HNELL JONES, A.B., LL.B Newton 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD, ex officio IfepsnoM 

Committee en Mtap0 anb 0ktOH 

WILLIAM BTREETER RICHARDSON, Chairman . . Canton 

RICHARD HENRY WINSLOW DWIGI1T Cambridge 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

LAWRENCE BRAINERD \ . . Cambridge 

LEW CASS HILL Boston 

Mrs. IDA LOUISE FARR MILLER Wakefield 

WALDO ELIAS BOARDM AN, D.M.D Winthn 

Committee on increase of iflcmbcrsfjip 

Mrs. FLORENCE CONANT HOWES, Chairman . . . Allston 

JOSEPH GRAFTON MINOT Boston 

LUTHER ATWOOD, A.B Lynn 

Mrs. ANNIE CORINNE ELLISON Belmont 

EDWARD HOLMES KITTREDGE, A.B Cambridge 

HAROLD BOWDITCH, A.B., M.D Brook line 

JOSEPH HARVEY WHITE Boston 

Committee on s?ale of ^publications 

CHARLES ELIOT GOODSPEED, Chairman Wollaston 

WILLIAM BROWN SNOW Maiden 

SAMUEL BRADLEE DOGGETT Boston 

CHARLES EMELU'S LAURIAT Brooklinc 

EVERETT JEFTS BEEDE, A.B Belmont 

HAROLD CLARKE Dl'RRELL, A.B Arlington 

ALBERT HENRY LAMSON Elkins, N. H. 

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Committee on publications 

JAMES BARKER PARMENTER, A.M., LL.B., Chairman Arlington 

ROSEA STARR BALLOU Brookline 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, .la., A.M., LL.B. . Newport R. I. 

JOHN WALLACE SUTER, A.B., aT.B WW 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Brooklu 

GEORGE RITCHIE MARVIN, A. M i',r.>.,klinc 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, \.h., ex officio Medford 

Committee to Assist tfjc historian 

ANDREW FISKK, I'm. I)., LL.B., Chairman Weston 

ANSON TITUS Som.-rville 

ARTHUR GREENE LORING Wotarn 

ARTHUR WINSLOW PEIRCE, A.B., Litt.D . Franklin 

FRANK MORTIMER HAWKS, A.M Somcrville 

CHARLES SIDNEY KNSIGN, A.B., J.B Newton 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B., ex officio Medford 

Committer on Cnglisfj l\cscarcfj 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Ju. f A.M., LL.B., 

Chairman . . Newport, R. I. 

WILLIAM EBEN STONE, A.B Cambridge 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Mcdfor.l 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Brookline 

JOHN BARBER WHITE Kansas City, Mo. 

GEORGE FRANCIS DOW TopsfiYM 

HENRY WYCKOFF BELKNAP Salem 

Committee on $)cralbrp 

ROBERT DICKSON WESTON, A.H., Chairman .... Boston 

BOYLSTON ADAMS BEAL, A.B., LL.B Nahant 

WILLIAM SUMNER APPLETON, A.B Boston 

CHARLES KNOWLES BOLTON, A.B Shirlry 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 



Committee on tlje ILtbrarp 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE, Chairman 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jk., A.M., LL.B 

WALTER KENDALL WATKINS 

GEORGE SAW1N STEWART, A.B 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. 

Mrs. MARY STICKNEY RANDALL 

WILLIAM PRKSCOTT GREENLAW, ex officio . 



Brookline 
Newport, R. I. 

Maiden 

Watertown - 
Boston 
Walt ham 
Winthrop 



Committee on Collection of l\ecorbS 

GEORGE WALTER CHAMBERLAIN, M.S., Chairman Maiden 

CLARENCE SAUNDERS BRIGHAM, A.M Worcester 

EDWARD WILLARD HOWE, A.B Roxbury 

SAMUEL BURNHAM SHACKFORD, A.B., LL.B. . . Dover, N.H. 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD, M.A., B.D Hartford, Conn. 

FRANK ERNEST WOi >DWARD Wellesley Hills 

WILLIAM TRESCOTT GREENLAW, ex officio .... Winthrop 

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Committer on Cpttapfjs 

IIYLE8 BTANDI8H, A.M., M.D., S.H.. Chairman . . . Boston 

WILLIAM DAVIS PATTERSON W, I... 

OTIS GRANT HAMMOND, A. M ' II. 

Mus. KATE MORRIS CONE, Ph.D H trtford, Vt. 

Mm. JESSIE ALICE PORTER Springfield 

Miss EDITH MAY TILLEY Newport, K. I. 

LUCIUS BARNES BARBOUR, A.B Bartfotri, CbM. 

Committee on JDapers anb Cssnpg 

JOHN McKIN8TRY MBRRIAM, A.M., Ckttnmm . . . Tmtk&mm 

ALFRED .lolINSON, A.M., Lrrr.D Brookl 

Miss MARY ST. BARBE BUSTIS BrookliiM 

Mus. AGNES BEVILLE VAUGHAN TEDCA8TLE . . MUton 

Mas. BELLE AUGUSTA SEAVEY FLOYD Winthrop 

Mus. FLORENCE CONANT HOWES AH* 

Miss JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH RAYNE Cambrid 



Special Committee on lAeuiSion of tlje ft>t>-llaU)S # 

JAMES PARKER PARMENTER, A.M., LL.B., Chairman Ailingtoa 

WALDO LINCOLN, A.B HTonvtaff 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Brookline 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

SAMUEL MITCHELL CHILD, LL.B Wmi R..xbury 

Special Committee on Cnootument anb /Hfmbcrst 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW, Chairman .... Winthrop 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD Topsfield 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. . . . Boston 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Brookline 

MYLES STANDISH, A.M., M.D., S.D Boston 

Mus. FLORENCE CONANT HOWES Allston 

•Appointed by the President in accordance with a vote of the Society of 1 Apr. 1914. and 
serving until discharged by the Society. 

tOn 2 Jun. 1919 the Council appointed a special committee of seven persons "to serve through 
the two years. 1919 and 1920. whose duties shall be to conduct an active campaign for money to 
pay off the Society's indebtedness, to obtain members, and to secure special endowment funds." 



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PROCEEDINGS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING 



Thk seventy-fifth annual meeting of the Society w:is held on 
Wednesday, 5 February 1919, at 2.30 P.M., in Wilder Hall, 9 Ash- 
burton Place, Boston, President Baxtkk presiding and a quorum 
bring present. 

The minutes of the meeting of 2 January 1919 were read and 
approved, and the monthly reports of the Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Librarian, Historian, and Council were accepted, the Council 
reporting the election of Hon. William Howard TAFT of N 
Haven, Conn., as an honorary member of the Society and the el 
tion of twelve other persons, whose names were read, as resident 
members. 

The Recording Secretary read the following report of the Spe< 
Committee on Revision of the By-Laws: 

To the New England Historic Gknkalogical Societt. 

The Special Committee on Revision of the By-Laws reports that it has con- 
sidered certain proposed amendments to Articles 1, 2, and 3 of Chapter II of 
the By-Laws, referred to it by the Society at the stated meeting of 2 January 
1919, and makes the following recommendations: 

That Article 1 of Chapter II be amended by striking out the second and third 
paragraphs of said article, and by inserting in place thereof the two following 
paragraphs: 

"Resident Members are those who pay annual dues, and consist of three 
classes: (1) those elected before January 1, 1903, who pay 53.00 annually and 
do not receive the New England Historical and Gcncedogiral Register; (2) those 
elected between December 31, 1902, and March 1, 1919, who pay So. 00 annually 
and receive the Register; (3) those elected after February 2S, 1919, who pay 
$10.00 annually and receive the Register. Annual dues are payable on the first 
of each January and are for the calendar year. Any Resident Member or any 
person elected a Resident Member may become a Life Member upon the pay- 
ment of S 100.00 at one time into the treasury. 

"Life Members are exempt from the payment of annual dues, and consist 
of four classes: (1) those who paid $30.00 into the treasury for Life Member- 
ship before January 1, 1903, and do not receive the Xew England Historical and 
Genealogical Register; (2) those who paid $50.00 into the treasury bctw- 
December 31, 1902, and March 1, 1919, for Life Membership and receive the 
Register; (3) those elected after February 28, 1919, who pay $100.00 into the 
treasury for Life Membership and receive the L'cgislcr; (4) those who pay $300.00 
into the treasury for Life Membership before January 1, 1921, and receive the 
Register, whose membership with all its rights and privileges is transmissible 
at decease by will or by written order filed with the Society. This last class of 
Life Members are known as Pilgrim Tercentenary Members. All receipts from 
Life Membership fees shall be permanently funded, the interest only to be used 
for current expenses." 

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That Article 2 of Chapter II bfl am<-ndrd by inserting in the second line of 
■aid article, after the word "Re tdent/' f '''' '•'• ,r ' "Life/ 1 — «aid article when 
Amended reading af follows: 

"The Recording Secretary shall keep n book, in which any member may pi 

pose a Resident., Life, Corresponding or Honorary Member." 

That Article 3 of Chapter II DC amended by striking out the word "and" 

in the third line of the first paragraph of said article, and hy inserting in place 

thereof the words: "or if any person elected a Life Member shall netject fur thr«-«' 

months after notification of election to accept membership in writing and to 

pay the Life Membership fee, or" — said paragraph when amended reading as 

follows: 

"If any person elected a Resident Member shall neglect for three months 
after notification of election to accept membership in writing and to make the 
first annual payment, or if any |>crson elected a Life Member shall neglecj. for 
three months after notification of election to accept membership in writing and 
to pay the Life Membership fee. or if any person elected a Corresponding or 
Honorary Member shall neglect for six months after such notification to accept 
membership in writing, such election shall be void." 

Respectfully submitted, for the Committee, 

[Signed! Jamks P. Pak.mkntkk, Chairman. 

Boston, Mass., 8 January, 1919. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the report of the Special Committee on Revision of the By-Laws 
be accepted and entered in full in the records of the Society. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the proposed amendments to Articles 1, 2, and 3 of Chapter II 
of the By-Laws, in the form recommended by the Sj>ccial Committee on Etaricion 
of the By-Laws, be adopted. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the annual reports of the Council, including its committees, the 
Librarian, the Corresponding Secretary, the Treasurer, the Tru<t"cs of the 
Kidder Fund, and the Historian, being presented in print, and now in the hands 
of the meeting, be accepted and ordered filed with the originals. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the Society proceed to the election of officers and councillors, 
agreeable to the provisions of the By-Laws. 

That three tellers be appointed by the Chair, and that said tellers shall dis- 
tribute, receive, sort, and count the ballots, and make a report to this meeting 

That the polls be now opened, and stand open until every member present 
has had opportunity to vote. 

President Baxter then gave up the chair to Vice-President 
Chase, who appointed as tellers Messrs. George Walter Chamber- 
lain and Edward Willard Howe and Rev. Anson Titus, and 
the election by ballot of officers and councillors took place. 

Vice-President Chase then presented u the speaker of the af' 
noon Hon. Arthur HOLBROOK Wellman. M.A.. LL.B., of Tops- 
field, Mass., a member of the Council of the Society, who in an 



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PROCEEDINGS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING XI 

able, earnest, and scholarly rfddreea on Liberty and Lnv warned nil 
hearers of the dangers threatening the liberty oi the individual 
from the encroachment! of modern legislation and from the spre 
of .such subversive doctrines as those prol i by the Bolsheviki 

On motion of Mr. Gborgi Lambekt Gould a vote of thank 
Mr. V/bllmam was adopted. 

The tellers then made their report, which showed that ofl 
and Councillors had 0080 elected as follow 

President 
James Phinney Baxter, of Portland, Me. 

Vice-Presidents 
John Carroll Chase, of Brooklinc, Mass. 
Alfred Johnson, of Belfast, Me. 
Alhert Henry Lamson, of Elkins, X. H. 
William Wallace Stickney, of Ludlow, Vt. 
William Paine SHEFFIELD, of Newport, R. I. 
George Seymour Godard, of Hartford, Conn. 

Recording Secretary 
Henry Edwards Scott, of Mcdford, Mass. 

Corresponding Secretary 
George Andrews Moriarty, Jr., of Newport, R. I. 

Treasurer 
George Lambert Gould, of Topsfielcl, Mass. 

Librarian 
William Prescott Greenlaw, of Winthrop, Mass. 

Councillor for the term of two years, 1910, 1920 
Frank Ernest Woodward, of Wellcslcy Hills, Mass. 

Councillors for the term of three years, 1919, 1920, 1921 
Lew Cass Hill, of Boston, Mass. 

Charles Sheruurne Penhallow, of Jamaica Plain, Ma — . 
Mrs. Agnes Beyille Vaughan Tedcastle, of Milton, Mass. 

\ 'ice-President Chase then presented to the meeting the President 
of the Society, Hon. Jamks Phin.\e.y Baxter, who, on resuming 
the chair, spoke as follows: 

"I thank you again, my friends, for your continued confidence and 
good will, and were it not for the custom which has been adopt 
of abbreviating the President's remarks to an acknowledgment 
of the fact that he has been elected and a reference for information 
of the status of the Society to the reports of the committees. I 
might intrench somewhat upon the time of the meeting; and I 
warn you that, if I stand here again in the same relation that I 



xn N. K. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL BOCIE 

now do, I may break the custom and inflict upon you an 'addicts' 
more in keeping with the title <>n the programme. I shall, ho\. 
content myself by referring you as usual to 1 1 1 # - oommitt 
with the remark that the outlook of the Society for the coming 
is far brighter than it was a year ago, and that when are meel 

year hence, you will, I believe, he highly gratified with the n 
of the year's work." 

Mr. George Lambebt Gould, Treasurer of the Society, t: 
expressed, in a few well-chosen words, the high appreciation of 

the Society for Mr. Baxter's many years of service afl its President 
and its admiration for his continued active and vigorous partici- 
pation in its work, in spite of his advancing years. 
On motion it was 

Voted, That the New England Historic Genealogical Society enters on its 
records at this time its appreciation of the services rendered hy the retil 

Councillors, William Streeter Richardson, Richard Henry Win slow 
Dwic.ht, and Mks. Fannie Scott Chase, who have during their teraM of office 
given of their time, their thought, and their counsel that tin: broad purposes 
of the Society, the collection and preservation of genealogical records for the 
puhlic benefit, might be attained. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the proceedings of this meeting, with the annual reports accepted 
the address of the President, and the biographical notices of deceased members, 
be printed as a supplement to the April, 1919, number of the Ni:\v Kngland 
Historical and Genealogical Register, that a copy of said supplement be 
mailed to every member of the Society not receiving the Register, to the fami- 
lies of members deceased during the past year, and to exchanging societies, and 
that the Council be charged with the execution of this order. 

No further^ business being presented, the President, at 3.30 P.M., 
declared the meeting dissolved, and light refreshments were Ban 
to the members of the Society and their guests in the adjoining 
reception hall. 

Henry Edwards Scott, 

Recording Secretary. 



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REPORT OF THE COUNCIL 

Prepared by Wumlmm Bmmi HinimoM 

In presenting its annual report the Council calls attention to the 
somewhat surprising and very pertinenl fact that abeorptioD in war 
activities does not. Been] to have de ed appreciably the interest of 
the public in the objects which the Society was incorporated to 
promote. 

The average number of visitors has been remarkably well main- 
tained, the conditions being considered; and the outlook, based up 

former experience after the Spanish War, would indicate that a de- 
cided increase in the use of the Society's Library will soon take place. 
The demands made upon the institution arc likely to be greater, 
while the means for meeting them have not been materially increase d; 

and these conditions again bring uppermost the consideration of 
finances. 

During the year 1918 the Council has caused to be sent to the mem- 
bers of the Society a carefully prepared booklet very fully describing 
its various needs. Good work has been done in the matter of securing 
new members as well as in other directions, but the net results of these 
appeals and of those intimated in the booklet and in the reports of 
the Council for the last three or four years have been unsuccessful in 
providing the funds necessary for the elimination of the deficit and 
the support and extension of the service to the public. 

This state of affairs will reo A uire new efforts in new directions; but 
the Council hopes that, the intense stress of the war being now abated, 
the membership will become active in helping the Society to obtain 
the endowment and other funds which the conditions demand. If 
the work which the Society has so long and successfully pursued were 
less desired than formerly, the situation would be different; but, with 
the interest and demands increased rather than lessened, it would 
seem that there ought to be many persons who would be glad to 
assist in having the current work most efficiently done and in bring- 
ing to the light for practical use those stores of valuable material 
which are in hand but arc now unavailable. The Council is taking 
measures to secure subscriptions to pay off the indebtedness incurred 
through the erection of the Society's building, to raise additional 
endowment funds, and to obtain a larger revenue from membership 
fees. It wishes to impress upon the members, the need of their 
cooperation in this" task of finding funds to enable the Society to 
maintain the high position which it has achieved. 

The Council suffered a serious loss in the death, on 10 May 101 s . 
of Hon. Louis At wood Cook of Weymouth. Interested for several 
years past in the work of the Society," he was elected, at the annual 
meeting on 6 February 191S, as a Councillor for three years, and his 
death removes from the Council a member well-equipped for intelli- 
gent and faithful service. 

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The Report of the COMMITTEE ON Finance, by George Lambert 

Gould, Treasurer: 

The Committee on Finance reports that during the year 1918 a 

specific legacy of $500 from the estate of the late Mrs. Jennie B. 

Fuller has been received, and thai the share in this estate to which 
the Society, as one of the residuary legatees of the testatrix, is en- 
tilled will probably be paid very soon. The sum of $200, the 
income for the first year from the legacy of $5000 which was I 
in trust for the Society by the late Moses Greeley Parker, M. D., 
has been received from the Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Company, 
trustees. 

The only floating indebtedness of the Society is a note for $3000. 
payable to the Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Company, being the 
same in amount and security as a year ago and bearing interest at 
the rate of 6%. There is good reason to expect that this note will 
be paid in full in the course of the year 1919, and that thus a debt, 
originally $12,000, which was incurred, in addition to the mortgage 
that is still unpaid, in the construction of the Society's building, 
will be cancelled. 

Receipts from membership dues show a decided increase over 
those in previous years, owing largely to unusually prompt and 
even anticipated payments of dues for 1919 and an unusually large 
increase in life memberships. 

Donations to the Society have averaged about the same as in 
previous years; but income and receipts ought to be much larger, 
in order to meet the increased necessary expenses and to provide 
for the proper upkeep of the building and its contents. 



The Report of the Committee on Ways and Means, by William 
Streeter Richardson, Chairman: 

Especial attention has been given \)y the Committee to the matter 
and form of the handbook which makes clearly apparent the situation 
and needs of the Society. 

Various means have been taken to bring the facts shown by this 
handbook to the attention of such persons as might be interested in 
assisting the objects of the Society. The Committee now recommends 
the adoption of such new methods as may succeed in making the needs 
and the worthiness of the work of the institution more definitely 
appreciated. 

It will be readily -understood that the pressure of the war has been 
a serious obstacle, but the Committee hopes that from now on a better 
condition will prevail. In any case, an increased interest and coop- 
eration by the membership are very much needed. 

Economy in the administration has been exercised to a degree which 
it is deemed unwise to exceed, and the serious attempt referred to in 
the report of this Committee presented to the annual meeting of 
1915 is now to be made. 



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The Report of the Committee ON Increase of Mi.mhkkship, by 

Richard Henry Window Dwight, Chairman: 

The Committee on [ncreass of Membership reports that through 
its efforts and those of other members of the Society 58 persons have 

accepted membership during the year 1918. 

Believing that interest in ancestry has been greatly stimulated by 

the war and that this is, therefore, a propitious time to present to I 
public the advantages otTered by membership in this Society, the 
Committee urges all members to cooperate with it in securing n 
members. 



The Report of the Committee on Sale of Publications, by Charles 
Eliot Goodspeed, Chairman: 

Attention was called in the report of the Committee a year ago to 
the excellent facilities which the Society has for the storage, advertis- 
ing, and sale of genealogical books, and the Committee dosires to keep 
this method of promoting the objects of the Society l>efore its mem- 
bers. During the year 1918 gifts of vital records and genealogies, 
amounting in value at retail prices to more than $2,000, have been 
received from Messrs. Thomas Williams Baldwin and George Francis 
Dow, and sales from these two donations have already exceeded $100. 



The Report of the Committee on Publications, by James Parker 
Parmenter, A.M., LL.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on Publications reports that during the year 19 IS, 
in addition to the Register and the Proceedings at the Annual Meet- 
ing, which together make a volume of 439 pages, the Society has pub- 
lished the Vital Records of Shirley, containing 211 pages, and the 
Vital Records of Westport, containing 29G pages, the total number of 
pages for the year being 946. 

The Society has also printed for distribution among its members and 
among others who may be or may become interested in its work a 
revised and enlarged edition — the tenth — of its Handbook, a pam- 
phlet of 23 pages containing a detailed statement of the financial 
needs of the Society, together with an account of its history and 
objects and a list of its Officers, Councillors, and Committees for 
1918. 

Owing to the repeal of the Vital Records Act of 1902 by the Massa- 
chusetts General Court of 1918, the purchase of printed vital records 
by the State was discontinued on 1 December 1918, and therefore the 
publication of such records by the Society has been temporarily sus- 
pended. The Council, however, has authorized the resumption of the 
publication of vital records as soon as enough subscriptions have been 
secured to warrant this course; and the Committee is about to send 
out letters and circulars asking for subscriptions to enable it to con- 
tinue this valuable series of books. 



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xvi N. B. historic .LOGICAL BOCIETT 

The Report of the Committee to .' pthi Historian, by Andr 
Flake, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman: 

During the past year the Committee has at all tinn-s been read) 

render any assistance required: but no request for a 
come from the Historian, and therefore the Committee h 

meetings and has transacted no business. 



The Report of the Committee ON English Rjesearch, by George 

Andrews Moriarty, Jr., A.M., LL.B., Captain, U.S.A., ( 'hainnan : 

During the year 19^8, owing to conditions brought about by the 
war, the Committee on English Research has deemed it inadv; 
to attempt to secure funds for carrying on genealogical research in 
England. Two of the members of the Committee, however, have fur- 
nished for publication in the Register valuable English record 
cured at their own expense, and similar material has been offered and 
accepted for the coming year. It is, nevertheless, extremely desirable 
that the Society should have at its disposal a fund which may be used 
in the near future, under the direction of the Committee, for investiga- 
tions in England, and contributions for such a fund will be gratefully 
accepted by any member of the Committee or by the Treasurer of the 
Society. 

The balance of SI 1.52 which was on hand on 31 December 1917 hi 
been expended for the copying of certain English papers in the posses- 
sion of the Essex Institute, and in due time selections from th< 
papers will appear in the Register. 



The Report of the Committee ox Heraldry, by Robert Dickson 
Weston, A.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on Heraldry has little to report for the year 191^. 
It has received an unusually small number of applications for assis- 
tance, and has met only once or twice. The cares and anxieties incident 
to the war have very naturally occupied every one's mind to the exclu- 
sion of a subject which even the members of this Committee must 
admit to be comparative!)' unimportant. 



The Report of the Committee on the Library, by John Carroll 
Chase, Chairman: 

The Committee on the Library has met regularly throughout the 
year and attended to its routine duties. No matter of special impor- 
tance has come before it for consideration. The needs of the Library 
were set forth quite fully in the 191S edition of the Handbook of the 
Society, which was mailed to all members. 



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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES xvn 

The Report of the COMMITTEE ON COLLECTION OF RECORDS, by 

George Walter Chamberlain, M.S., Chairman: 

During the year 1918 two important genealogical manuscript b 
been depositee! in the safe of the Society by two memtx >f this 
Committee, and important private records heretofore ina ible 
have been secured fur the Registeb by two naembew of the Com- 
mittee. 

More than a dozen important genealogical collections, including 

several manuscript genealogies, have been deposited by other per* 



The Report of the Committee on Epitaths, by Myles Standish, 
A.M., M.D., S.D., Chairman: 

The Committee has received 5S pages of typ ew ri tten epitaphs of 
Sunapcc, N. H., from Miss Ethel Norris. a member of the Society, 
and the epitaphs of Charlemont and West port, Mass., from the 
Eddy Town-Record Fund. The genealogical information from the 
Charlemont and Westport epitaphs has been incorporated in the 
printed vital records of those towns, which were published by the 
Society in 1917 and 1918. 



The Report of the Committee ox Papers and Essays, by Florence 
Conant Howes, Secretary 

The Committee on Papers and Essays has presented the follow- 
ing lectures during the year 19 IS: 

5 January. — "John Swift, First Minister of Framingham," by Walter Adams, 
of Framingham, Mass. 

6 February. — "The English Life and Family Connections of Roger Williams," 
by George Andrews Moriarty, Jr., A.M., LL.B., of Newport, It. I. 

6 March.— "One Thousand Days Back of the Front," by Mary Boyle O'Reilly, 
of Boston, Mass. 

3 April. — "Historic Homes of New England," by Park Prcssey, of Boston, 
Mass., illustrated with stereopticon views. 

/ May. — An address by Lieut. J. C. Tutt, of Boston, Mass., recently with the 
British Royal Flying Corps, and remarks by Private Kenneth B. Jopp, of Battery 
B, 101st if. S. Field Artillery'* recently returned from France to aid in the Third 
Liberty Loan campaign. 

2 October. — Owing to the epidemic no lecture was given. 

6 November. — "When the Prussians Came to Poland^' by Countess Laura de 
Gozdawa Turczynowicz, President of the Polish Reconstruction Committee of 
New York City. 

4 December. — "The Art of Singing in the Old Bay Colony," by John AJbree, 
of Boston, Mass., assisted by a mixed quartette and an accompanist. 

Although the general economic conditions have been felt by the 
Committee, through the courtesy of the speakers and the generous 
donations of a few members the standard of former years has been 
maintained. Interest in the subjects presented continues unchanged, 
as is shown by the attendance, which has averaged the same as last 
year. 



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REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

Presented by William Phkscott Cuelnlaw 

THE total accessions for the year 191S number 000 volumes, 893 
pamphlets, and 50 miscellaneous articles. Of these, 18-1 volumes 
and 168 pamphlets were purchased; 735 volumes, 724 parnphl' 

and 50 miscellaneous articles were given; and 50 volumes and l 
pamphlet were received in exchange. One hundred and ninety- 
genealogies were acquired during the year. The total accessions 

from 1814 to 1918, inclusive, as [shown by the records, a.. ate 
43,942 volumes and 100,390 pamphlets, an average of 586 volumes 
and 14 is pamphlets annually. These aggregates do not indicate 

the actual number of volumes and pamphlets now in the Library, 
neither do the figures based on estimates which it has been the 
custom to submit annually for the last sixty years. About 10,000 
pamphlets were withdrawn from the Library in 1S79, and an un- 
known number of volumes and pamphlets were withdrawn in the 
years 1S89-1892; and these were finally disposed of in the 
1895, 1896, 1905, and 1912. In December 1895 the Commit 
on the Library made an estimate of the volumes and pamphlets 
then in the Library, which has been the basis of the reports marie 
since then. Adding the accessions since 1895 and deducting the 
volumes and pamphlets withdrawn give 42,227 volumes and 41.515 
pamphlets as the approximate number in the Library on 31 December 
1918. This method of indicating the size of the Library makes no 
allowance for the changes brought about by binding. A large num- 
ber of genealogies, local histories, parish registers, and kindred works 
are received unbound and entered in the accession records as 
pamphlets, which afterwards arc bound and placed with the volum 
Counting these bound pamphlets as volumes, there are now shelved 
in the Library, offices, and safe nearly 51,000 bound volumes. In 
addition to this there are in the storage room in the basement several 
thousand bound volumes for which shelving has not yet been 
provided. 

There was a marked falling off in the registration of visitors in 
the summer of 191S, enough to bring the total for the year about 
thirteen per cent below the average of the preceding twenty-five 
years, while the use of the Library by members was above the aver- 
age. The decrease of use by both visitors and members was only 
eight per cent below the high record of recent years. 

The needs of the Library were set forth quite fully in the tenth 
edition of the Handbook of the Society, which was mailed to all 
members early in the year. 



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KKI'OKT OF THE COItK ISIM >\i>i\G SECRETARY 



XIX 



REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDING 

SECRETARY 

Presented by GeOBOI Anuiikw.s Mokiakty, Jit., A.M., LL.B., Captain, U.S.A. 



BOSTON, 31 December 1918. 
During the your EMS the following persons have joined the Society 

IlONOItAHY MeMIIEK 

George Gcry Milner-Gibson-Cullum, M.A., F.S.A. . 



Bury St. Edmund?, 
Eng. 



Resident and Life Memheks 



East Brookfield 
Chelsea 



Mrs. Emma Frances (Upharn) Almy .... 

( trace Earn ham Andrews 

Edwin Atlee Austin .... Topeka, Kans. 

Latter Manning Bacon, A.B., LL.B Scituatc 

Charles Morrill Baker. S.B Brookline 

Ezra Henry Baker, A.B Boston 

Mrs. Frances Eliza (Bryant) Bannister Kewanee, III. 

Mrs. Anne Elisabeth (Bryant) Bassett Ansonia, Conn 

Mark Daniel Batcheldcr Peoria, 111. 

March Gilman Bennett Boston 

Mrs. Edith Garfield Berry Dedham 

Erskine F. Bickford Maiden 

John Thomas Boddie Chicago, 111. 

Harold Lewis Bond Newton 

Percy Bryant, M.D Hahway, N. J. 



Dana Ripley Bullcn, A.M. 
Francis Lane Childs, A.M., Ph.D. 

Arthur B. Clallin 

Margaret J. T. Crosby 
Mrs. Nathaniel Curtis 
Mrs. Elizabeth (Tuttle) Dary 
Eugene Alroy Davis 



Schenectady, N. Y 

Hanover, N. II . 

Boston 

Holliston 

New York, X. Y. 

Brookline 

Independence, Mo. 



Robert Oatlcy Dodge Lakcwood, Ohio 



John Henry Edmonds 

Mrs. Eleanor E. Ehart 

Charles Sidney Ensign, Jr., A.B., J.B. . 

John I^orenzo IlefFron, A.M., M.D., Sc.D 

Ellen Elizabeth Hildreth, B. A. . . . 

Edwin Bradford Holmes Brookline 

Julia Webster Holt Farmington, Me 

George Allen Hunt, Ensign and Assistant Paymaster, 

U. S. N 
Rev. Charles Lewis Hutchins, M.A., D.D. 



Cambridge 
Houston, Tex. 
Newton 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
C ambridge 



Joseph RiggS Jackson, Jr 

Mrs. Persis Isabel (Swctt) Johnson 

Henry Wysham Lanier . 

George Harlan Lewis . 

Mrs. M. Louise (Lewis) Lovell 

William Smith McRobert 

Alice Wheat on Manchester 

Joseph Russel Marble 

Mrs. Alice Sykes Meara 



Wollaston 

Concord 

Boston 

Chicago, 111. 

Eliot, Me. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Washington, D. C. 

Natick 

Winchester 

Worcester 

New Haven, Conn. 



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XX N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL "i: 

Rev. Charles Lincoln Morgan, MA, 1)1) 

Chirlet Sewail Norrii MeL 

Josephine May I'h.-ips Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Harold Everett Porter, A.B., Pint Lieutenant, U. B. 

Signal ( 'orps '.V 

Oliver Stetson Prosbrey . . Wcstf>ort, N. V 

Rev. Joseph Waits Presby, B.T.B., A.M.. Ph.D. . Chi< tor, N. H. 

Helen Leah Reed, A.B. . Caml 

Mrs. Cara Wateraton (Learned) Richardson Newt 

Arthur Hallan) Ring. MI). . Arlington 

Frederick Johnson Simmons, A.B Stow 

Helen Aline Smith Chicago, 111. 

Sanford Ludington Treadwell BrookLn 

Mrs. Jessie Bell (Hale) Tuttle Minneapolis, Minn. 

Horace Leslie Wheeler, A.M., S.T.B Boston 

John Willey Willis, A.M..Ph.D 81 Paul, Minn. 

Mrs. Clara Wilhna (Smith) WoodsOOW Limerick, Me. 

Total number <>f those who have joined the Society in 1918, 58. 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 



The Treasurer submits herewith his annual report for the year 
ending 31 December 191S. 



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Cash Receipts 

Cash on hand, 1 January 191S $1,055.77 

Assessments $7,450.57 

Subscriptions to N. E. H. G. Register 1,784.62 

Miscellaneous Registers Sold 4o3.07 

Income Stocks and Bonds 2,740. 24 

Accrued Interest 82G.35 

Books Sold 350 . 93 

Vital Records Stock U17.2S 

Printing, Postage, and Stationery 40. B5 

Register Advertising 30S.75 

Accrued Rent* 4 IS. 95 

General Income 1,014. S3 

Books for Library 3.10 

Binding 12. SO 

Interest on Bank Balances 05.05 

Income Simmons College Mortgage 1,500.00 

" Boston Architectural Club Mortgage .... 291. M 

" John P. J. Kidney Mortgage 175.00 

" Jane Hannan Mortgage 175.00 

" 9A Ashburton Place 1,125.05 

Carrie J forward £23,830.99 $1,055.77 



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REPORT OF THK TltKASl'HKH XXI 

Brought forward BMM N 61,668 77 

Committee on English 1 ' * ■ - ♦ i r < • h 11 02 

Miscellaneous 8.4 

Jennie B. Fuller Legal? 10.00 

Eddy Town- Record Fund 50 

Beating and Lighting 1 3 80 

Life Membership Fees 396 00 

Cornuiittee on Papers And Essays 09 . 32 

" $25,324.03 
Total Cash Receipts $20,979.80 

Cash Payments 

Books for Library $1,217 .31 

Salaries 1,432.83 

Care of House 1,606 SO 

Publishing N. B. H. O. Register 2,876 

Miscellaneous Expenses J vn 60 

Printing, Postage, and Stationery S9S.0O 

Heating and Lighting 1,234 64 

Eddy Town-Record Fund 5,547.03 

Interest on Note Payable 18.20 

Committee on Papers and Essays J-">3 . 15 

Suspended Hills 35.15 

Income 9A Ashburton Place 2,131.76 

Cataloguing 785.80 

Binding 271. or, 

Registers on hand 75.18 

Insurance 200.68 

N, E. II. G. Registers 33.00 

Interest on Mortgage Note 2,137.50 

Vital Records 25 00 

Total Cash Payments " S23.S79.31 

Cash Balance, 31 December 191S $3,100.49 

Verification of Cash Balance 

Balance on hand per Boston Safe Deposit A: Trust Co., 

2 January 1919 S4.09S.99 

Add Receipts in December 19 IS, deposited 2 January 1919 04 5 . 72 

$4,744.71 

Less Checks outstanding: 

No. 407S 8921.66 

40S7 2.50 

4091 552. SO 

4100 07.50 

4101 07.50 

4102 18.75 

4104 1.50 

4105 3.00 • 

4100 17.00 

Carried forward 81,652.21 84,744.71 



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XMl N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOrn. 

BrouQhifuruard 1. 21 $4,744.71 

4108 5.78 

4112 10 

4113 1.00 

4114 .75 

$1,671.66 

Balance per Check Book S3.073.05 

Cash in Safe 27.44 

Cash on hand, 31 December 1918 . . . . $3,100.49 

General [xooats Account 
This Account has been charged with the following items, viz.: 

Society's House, Care and Repairs $1, G0S. 59 

Committee on Papers and Essays 183.83 

Heating and Lighting 1,527. 19 

Interest 2,322.10 

Miscellaneoua Expens e 286.20 

Printing, Postage and Stationery '7.40 

Salaries 3,032. S3 

Cataloguing 754.88 

Binding 15S.33 

Insurance 128 18 

Income 9 A Ashburton Place 03 1 . T 

Total charges for the year to this account .... $12,201.25 

and has been credited with the following, viz.: 

Unrestricted Investment, Income (4,241.42 

Admission and Assessments 2,218.47 

Genealogies and Miscellaneous Publications . . . . Mo. $5 

Publishing N. E. H. G. Register 002.79 

Donations 1,705.48 

Total credits for the year to this account .... $0,039.0 1 

Balance to Surplus Account $2.2U2.2~4 



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XXIV N. K. HISTORIC < 1 1 ANALOGICAL 80CII. 

Schedule A 

The following; is :i detailed Btatement of all tin; investment* <>( the 
Society, exoepting the Real Estate: 

BONDS Book Value 

10 American Telephone & Telegraph Co. Collateral 

Trust 4's, due 1 July 1920. Nos. 9700-70, 1015s 63 $10,000.00 
5 Butte Water Co. 5's, due 1 July 1921. Nos. 1171-5 4,000.00 
2 Chicago, Burlington »fe Quincy H- R. Co. (Illinois 

l)iv.) .U's, due 1 July 1949. Nos. 13084-5 . . . 1.SS0.OO 
5 Chicago, Burlington <fc Quincy H. R. Co. 4's, due 1 

Mar. 1958. Nos. 1529-33 4,S90.02 

10 Chicago Junction Rys. «fc Union Stockyards Co. 4's, 

due 1 Apr. 1940. Nos. 1503-12 10,000.00 

4 Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Ry. Co. 4's, due 1 

Apr. 1934. Nos. 3954, 0002-3, 14054 3,890.00 

5 Concord & Montreal R. It. Co. 3Vs, due 1 June 1920. 

Nos. 316-20 5,000.00 

Flint & Pere Marquette R - R- Co - Bond Series . . 3,300 00 
2 Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. Co. Deben- 
ture l's, due 1 Sept. 1928. Nos. M30093-4 . . . 1,937.50 

5 Massachusetts Gas Co. 4$'s, due 1 Jan. 1929. Nos. 

2824-8 4,950 .25 

4 Milwaukee, Sparta &. Northwestern It. It. Co. 4's, due 

1 Mar. 1917. Nos. 12308-11 3,700.00 

2 Minneapolis A St. Louis It. It. Co. 5's, due 1 Nov. 
1934. Nos. 3100-7 

4 Missouri Pacific Ry. Co. Collateral 5's ($500.00 each), 

due 1 Feb. 1905. Nos. D 1874-7 '. 2,000.00 

3 New York Central it Hudson River It. It. Co. 
(Michigan Central) 3Vs, due 1 Feb. 199S. Nos. 

M791-0, Registered 2,700 00 

5 New York, New Haven A Hartford It. It. Co. 3Vs, 

due 1 Mar. 1947. Nos. 4930-40 5,000.00 

3 Northern Pacific & Great Northern It. It. Co. Joint 4's, 

due 1 July 1921. Nos. 32401, 92549, 125312 . . 2,868.75 

3 Western Telephone & Telegraph Co. 5's, due 1 Jan. 

1932. Nos. 504S-50 3,000.00 

5 Western Union Telegraph Co. 4A's, clue 1 Mav 1950. 

Nos. 12304-S , 5,000.00 

Total Book Value of Bonds 570,183.12 

STOCKS Book Value 

025 shares Austin Water Co., No. 7 M3.00 

50 shares Boston A Maine R. EL Co., common, No. 

B23593 9,S05.00 

15 shares Cambridge Gas Light Co., Nos. 4594, 459S, 

5331,5801, 02S l . . . . ' 2.723.90 

Total Book Value of Stocks $13,12$. 90 

Carried forward SS9.312.02 



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I !r might fmnnird SS9,312.02 

MORTGAGES 

Mortgage on Real Estate in Ashmont $3,500.00 

" " 100.00 

" at 1G Somerset Street . . . 14,300.00 

' 18 "... 37,500.00 

Total Value of Mortgages S5S.800.00 

Total Investment (Book Value) S148.112.02 

Less Cambridge Gas Light Co. Rights .... 37.88 

Total S148.074.14 

Schedule B 

Funds participating in the Income of Investments: 

Librarian Fund S12.7G3.13 

Life Membership Fund 30,589.74 

Donors' Free Fund 1,305.00 

Kbenezer Aldcn Fund 1,000.00 

William Sumner Appleton Fund 265.58 

Walter Titus Avery Fund 950.00 

John Barstow Fund 1,200.00 

Robert Charles Hillings Fund 5,000.00 

Robert Charles Billings Book Fund 5,000.00 

Henry Bond Fund 2,500.00 

John Merrill Bradbury Fund 2,500.00 

Edward Ingersoll Browne Fund 1,000.00 

Cheney Memorial Book Fund 427. G7 

Jonas Oilman Clark Fund 2,000.00 

Thomas Crane Fund 1,000.00 

Cushman Genealogical Fund 521.97 

Horace Davis Fund . 2,881.25 

Benjamin Franklin Dewing Fund 170.10 

Pliny Earle Fund 1,000.00 

Robert Henry Eddy Fund 36,788.00 

Charles Louis Flint Fund 5,000.00 

John Foster Fund 5,000 . 00 

Charles Edward French Fund 1,000.00 

Jennie B. Fuller Fund 500.00 

Moses Kimball Fund 5,000.00 

Charles Larned Fund 1,000.00 

Williams Latham Fund 1,000.00 

George Sumner Mann Fund 2,342.95 

Noah Martin Fund 200.44 

Ira Ballou Peck Fund 1,000.00 

Mary Warren Russell Fund 3,000.00 

Samuel Elwell Sawyer Fund 4,000.00 

Anne Elizabeth Sever Fund 5,000.00 

Frank Edson Shedd Fund 500 . 00 

Edmund Fanvell Slafter Fund 500.00 

George Plumcr Smith Fund 10,000.00 

Joseph Henry Sticknev Fund 1,000.00 

William Cleaves Todd' Fund 11,000.00 

William Blanchard Towne Memorial Fund 3,000.00 

William Blake Trask Fund 500.00 

John Harvey Treat Fund 10,000.00 

Mehitable Calef Coppenhagcn Wilson Fend 500.00 

Robert Charles Winthrop, Jr., Fund 3,000.00 

Cyrus Woodman Fund 1,000.00 

Total "$1S3,905.S3 

George L. Gould, Treasurer. 



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Auditors' CUXIFICATM 
The undersigned hereby certify that tiny hi unified tht «eruritiea of the 

New England Historic Genealogical ty and them to be in ac- 

cordance with the lists. 

George 8. Stewart ) . 
Boston, 24 January 1019. HoSBA Starr Ballou ) 

Tho hooks and accounts of the Treasurer of the Now England Historic Gcn<"\- 
logieal Society for the year 1918 have been thoroughly examined; fchfl disburse- 
ments of cash have 1 -mpared with the VO . tin: balance of cash on 

liand at the close of Um; year, 83,100.49, was Verified; and all were found to be 
correct. 

William Franklin Hall, C.I'.A., 
Boston, 17 January 1919. Accountant and Auditor 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE 

KIDDER FUND 



BOSTON, 31 December 1918. 

Balance on hand, 31 December 1917 1248.42 

Dividend No. 14, 1 February 191S >.00 

Dividend No. 15, 2 August 191 B 225.00 

Interest, 13 September 191S 77 

Interest, 14 October 191S .82 

Interest, 14 November 191S .82 

Interest, 13 December 191S .82 

Balance on hand, 31 December 1918 S571.65 

Francis N. Balcii 
Wm. Scm.xer Atpleton 
K. Henry YV. Dwight 



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KKi'ciKT OF 'I UK IMM M'.IA XXVII 

REPORT OF THE HISTORIAN 

Presented by Rer. Lewis Wildes Hicks, M \ 
NECROLOGY FOR 1918 

\Thi'. datet in the first column indicate the year* of election] 

Honorary Member 

1891 Hon-. Andrew Dickson White, M.A., Ph.D., L.H.D., LL.D., 
D.C.L., of Ithaca, X. V., was born at Homer, X. Y., 7 November 
1833, and died at Ithaca 4 November. 

Corresponding Mcmb r 

191G John OtBOBMl Austin, of Providence, R. I., was born at Providence 
28 December L849, and died there 27 October. 

Lif' M> tnbere 

1591 Arthur EIabtman Whitney, of Winchester, Maes., was born at 

Woburn, Mass., .") July 1847, and died at Winchester 15 January. 
19-12 GEORGE GOLDINO KENNEDY, A.M.. M.D., of Milton, MaSS., WM b 

at Roxbury, Mass., 1G October 1841, and died at Milton 31 March. 

1870 William Richard Cutter, A.M., of Woburn, Mass., a life mem 

since 1911, was born at Woburn 17 August is 17, and died there 
G June. 

1894 Abraham Shuman, A.M., of Boston, a life meml>er since 1S95, « 
born in Prussia 31 May 1839, and died in Boston 26 June. 

1918 Charles Morrill Baker, S.B., of Brookline, Mass., was born in 
Boston 27 March 1S57, and died at Falmouth, Mass., 27 August. 

1893 Albert Crane, A.B., LL.B., of Stamford, Conn., a life member 
since 190G, was born in New York City 30 December 1S42, and 
died at Stamford 21 September. 

1900 James Mellen Gleason, of Boston, was born at Wardsboro, Yt.. 
G October 1833, and died in Boston 15 October. 

1S5S Hon. Samuel Abbott Green, A.M., M.D., LL.D., of Bo?ton, a 
life member since L870, was born at Groton, Mass., 16 March 
1830, and died in Boston 5 December. 

1S90 Samuel Swett Green, A.M., of Worcester, Mass., a life member 
since 1S91, was born at Worcester 20 February 1837, and died 
there 8 December. 

1907 Mrs. Laura LuCRETIA (Williams) Case, of Boston, was born at 
Jamaica Plain, Mass., 7 September 1S33, and died in Boston 2 4 
December. 

Resident Memb 

1909 May Cynthia Walker, B.A., of Wellesley Hills. Mass., was born 
at Union Square, Oswego Co.. X. Y.. 22 December 1861, and died 
at Camden. S. C, 29 January. 

1592 Hon. William Martin Chase, A.M., LL.D., of Concord, X. H., 

was born at Canaan. X*. IP. 28 December 1S37, and died at Con- 
cord 3 Februarv. 



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XXV111 N. K. HISTORIC « ; I.N I. \ I.' »< ;|»\\ L SOCIETY 

18S7 Rev. Charles Henry Pope, A. IV, «»f Cambridge, IfiH., irai horn 
at Machias, Me., 18 October 1841, and died at Cambri 

10 February. 

L905 Alfred Alder Doane, of Everett, Mi ' ' •.' . Yar- 

mouth (Jo., N. S., 20 April 1855, and died at Bvereti 20 Febru 

1899 Brig. Gw. Samuel Breck, U.S.A. Retired, of Brookline, M.w, 

was horn at Middleborough, Mi , 25 February 1834, and d 
at Brookline 23 February. 
1897 Edwin Bocbabd Cox, of Brookline, Mass., wai horn in Bo ton 81 
January 1859, and died at Brookline 23 February. 

1913 Roger Faxton Sturgis, A.B., of Boston, was horn in Philadelphia, 

Pa., 21 March 1862, and died in Boston 20 February. 

1891 Frederic Endicott, of Canton, Mtf , was horn at Canton 2 April 
1839, and died there 12 March. 

1914 Henry Parks Wright, M.A., Ph.D., LL.I)., of New Haven, Conn., 

was born at Winchester, N. EL, 30 November 1839, and died at 
New Haven 17 March. 

1908 Mrs. Sarah Lillt (Potter) Dunning, of Springfield, Mass., i 

born at Bath, Me., 5 September 1856, and died at Springfield 

13 April. 

1899 Mrs. Nancy Jewett (Wilder) BlOBLOW, of Dorchester, Ma 

was born at Rindge, N. H., 19 February 1825, and died at Dor- 
chester 15 April. 

1889 Julius Gay, M.A., of Farmington, Conn., was born at Farmington 
15 February 1834, and died there 2 May. 

1913 John Hobart Sprague, of Short Hills, N. J., was born in New 
York City 30 November 1S50, and died at Short Hills 9 May. 

1909 Anthony Tarbox Briggs, of Cambridge, Mass.. was horn at Cov- 

entry, R. I., 1 April 1851, and died at Cambridge 10 May. 

1907 Hon. Louis Atwood Cook, of Weymouth, Mass., was born at Black- 
stone, Mass., 3 May 1S47, and died at Weymouth 10 May. 

1896 Capt. Huntington Saville, A.B., LL.B., Massachusetts State 
Guard, of Cambridge, Mass., was born in Boston 9 November 
1S70, and died at Cambridge 27 July. 

1885 Rev. Charles Carroll Carpenter, A.M., of Andover, Mass., 
was born at Bernardston, Mass., 9 July 1836, and died at Andover 
19 August. 

1877 Col. Cranmore Nesuith Wallace, of Boston, was born at Braintree, 
Mass., 6 November 1S44, and died at Beverly, Mass., 26 August. 

1916 Bertha Augusta Raymond, of Somerville, Mass.. was born at 
Somerville 4 August 1876, and died there 21 September. 

1902 Charles Nutt, A.B., of Worcester, Mass., was born at Natick, 
Mass., 26 September 1S6S, and died at Worcester 26 September. 

1910 Frank Bulkeley Smith, A.M., of Worcester, Mass., was born at 

Worcester 25 August 1S64, and died there 13 October. 

1899 Rev. Frederic William Bailey, B.D., of Worcester, Mass., was 
born at Brooklvn, N. Y., 31 January 1S5S, and died at Worcester 
30 October. 

18SS Babson Savilian Ladd, A.B., of Boston, was born at Cambridge, 
Mass., 6 September 1S4S, and died in Boston 3 November. 

1916 Col. Rutherford Trowbridge, of New Haven, Conn., was born at 
New Haven 1 December 1851, and died there 18 December. 



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Deaths that orcurrul in previous years, but not rec<>r<bd until now 

I860 Rev. CIeoroi Lovell Cart, am, LH.D., of MradvilK Pa., a 

Corresponding member, MTM born at Mcnhvay, M . 10 May 1*30, 

tad died at Calgary, Alberta, Can., 25 .June i*.*io. 

18G0 Henry Flanders, A.M., of Philadelphia, Pa., a corresponding 
member, was horn in Sullivan Co., N. EL, L3 February 1826, and 
died in Philadelphia a April mil. 

18G9 Kev. Fhancis BoUTHACK Hoyt, A.M., D.I)., LL.I)., of Cincinnati, 
Ohio, a corresponding member, was born at Lyndon, Vt., 5 
November 1822, and died at Cincinnati 21 January 1012. 

1881 Rev. Stephen Denison Peet, A.M., Ph.D., of iSalcm, Mass., a 
corresponding member, was born at Euclid, Ohio, 2 December 
1831, and died at Northampton, Mass. ,24 May 1914. 

1885 Rev. Edward Newman Packard, A.M., D.D., of Stratford, Conn., 
a life member, was born at I^ancaster, Mass., 1G December 1841, 
and died at Stratford 26 April 1917. 

1911 Sarah Borden Durfee Lewis, A.M., of Boston, a resident mem- 
ber, was born at Roxbury, Mass., 28 November 1851, and died at 
Brookline, Mass., 25 May 1917. 

1904 George Montgomery Chamherlin, M.D.,of Chicago, 111., a resident 
member, was born at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., 25 July 1844, and 
died in Chicago 30 June 1917. 

1874 Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden, M.A., of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., a corre- 
sponding member, was born at Catonsville, Baltimore Co., Md., 
18 February 1837, and died 22 August 1917. 

1908 Mrs. Lillian (Chickering) Prince, of Boston and Manchester, 
Mass., a resident member, was bom at Roxbury, Mass., 13 Septem- 
ber 1S49, and died in Boston 30 October 1917. 

1898 Mrs Evelyn (MacCurdy) Salisbury, of New Haven, Conn., a 
resident member, was born at Lyme, Conn., 3 November 1S23, 
and died at New Haven 31 December 1917. 



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MEMOIRS 

OF THE 

NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Prepared by Rev. Lewis Wilder Hicks, M.A.. Historian 



The following pages contain obituary notices of members wh 

died during the year 191S, with the addition of ten who died in pre- 
ceding years. The notice- are arranged in the order in which * 
deaths occurred. 

1910 

Rev. George Lovell Cart, A.M.. LED., of Meadville, i 
a corresponding member since I860, was born at Medway, Mass., 

10 May L830, the son of William II. and Lydia D. (Lovell I Cary, 

and died at Calgary, Alberta, Can., 25 June L910. 

He was graduated at Harvard ( College in 1852, received the degree 
of A.M. from the same institution in 1857, and was also a student 
at the Harvard Divinity School. In 1893 Allegheny College, Pa., 

conferred on him the degree of L.II.D. 

From 1856 until 1802 he was professor of Greek and Latin in 

Antioch College, Ohio. From 1802 until 1902 he was professor of 
New Testament Literature in the Meadville Theological School, 

Meadville. La., serving also as president of the School from 1890 
until 1902. Afterwards, until his death, he was professor emeritus 
in the same institution. He published "Introduction to the Greek 
of the New Testament/ 1 i s 7^, "The Synoptic ( rospels," 1900, and 

"The Metric of Hymnody." 

He married, 12 March 1854, Mary Isabella Harding of Medway, 

Mass., who died S May 1917. Their only daughter, the wife of 
Rev. Frank YV. Pratt of Richmond, Va.. died 27 August 1918, leav- 
ing two children, Theodore Cary Pratt and Martha Cary Pratt. 

1911 

Henry Flanders, A.M.. of Philadelphia, Pa., a corresponding 
member since 1S60, was born in Sullivan Co., N. II.. 13 February 
1826, the son of Charles ami Lucretia (Kingsbury) Flanders, and 
died in Philadelphia •"> April 1911. His father, who died in 18< 
was graduated at Harvard College in 1808, and received the degree 
of A.M. from Dartmouth College in 1S47. 

Henry Flanders was educated at Kimball Academy in Xc\r Hamp- 
shire and at the Newbury (Vt.) Seminary, and received the honorary 
degree of A.M. from Dartmouth College in 1850. 

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In L850 he began the practice of law in Philadelphia, and attained 
eminence in hia profession. He was a lecturer in the Law Depart- 
ment of the University of Pennsylvania and a member «>f the Com- 
mission for the Collation and Publication of the Acts of the Assembly 
of Pennsylvania from 1700 to 1800. He was also a member of the 
Historical Society of Pennsylvania and of the Ritten house Club. 
He published "Maritime Law," 1852, "The Law of Shipping 
L854, "Lives of the Chief Justices of the United States," L858, L881 
"Memoirs of Cumberland," 1856, "Exposition of the United States 
Constitution," I860, 1904, "Law of Fire Insurance," 1871 1874, 

and "Adventures of a Virginian," 1881. 

In 1847 lie married Elizabeth 0. Barnwell of South Carolina, who 
is no longer living. 

1912 

Rev. Francis Southack Hoyt, A.M., D.D., LL.D., of Cin- 
cinnati. Ohio, a corresponding member since 1SG9, was Lorn 
Lyndon, Vt., 5 November 1822, the fourth child and third sun of 
Rev. Benjamin Ray and Lucinda (Freeman) Hoyt. and died 

Cincinnati 21 January 1912. The late Col. Albert Harrison Hoy. 
A.M., Fditor of the RegIBTEB during the years lNiis -ls7.~>. was 
his younger brother, and an account of his ancestry may l>e found 
in the memoir of Colonel Hoyt which was prepared by the late 
Charles Sidney Ensign, LL.B., and was published in the Register 

for January 1916 (vol. 70, pages 3-8). 

When less than eighteen years of age Francis Southack Hoyt 
entered Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn., where he was 
graduated in 1S44 and where he received the degree of A.M. in 1848. 
After graduation he taught for two years a select school in Nor- 
wich, Conn., and then joined the New Hampshire (leneral Con- 
ference of the Methodist Fpiscopal Church and was stationed in 
184G-7 at Hanover, N. H. In IS 17— S lie served as principal of the 
Newbury (Yt.) Seminary. Then he became a teacher in the Newark 
(N. J.) Institute, remaining there until 1850, when, under appoint- 
ment from the Methodist Episcopal Church, he went to the then dis- 
tant Territory of Oregon, to take charge of the Oregon Institute at 
Salem, which in 1S">7 was chartered as Willamette University. 
Mr. Hoyt being its first president. In 1SG0 he was called to the 
professorship of Natural Sciences, in the Ohio Wesleyan University 
at Delaware, Ohio, a position held until 1SGG, when, at his own 
request, he was transferred to the chair of Biblical Theology and 
Literature in the same institution, which he retained until 1872. 
While holding this professorship he spent much of his time in prepar- 
ing a revised edition of Angus's "Hand-Book of the Bible." About 
the time of his transfer to the new professorship he became a mem- 
ber of the North Ohio Conference, with which he remained connec* 
until his death. He was elected a delegate to the General Confer- 
ences of 1872, 1S7S. 1880, and 1884, and by the General Confer- 
ence of 1872 was elected to the editorship of the Western Christian 
Advocate, serving in this position for the next twelve years. In 1884 



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XXX11 \. B. HISTORIC KALOGICAI SOCIKTV 

he was made presiding elder of (lie Cleveland District, and at the 
close of his full term in 1800 was appointed to the supervision of 
the Sandusky District, serving the complete term of six years. 
The next year (1S%) he became professor of the Greek Testament 
and of Biblical Theology at Baldwin I niversity, continuing in that 
capacity until 1909, but for some years thereafter acting as presi- 
dent of the Board of Trustees of that institution and serving for 
some time as its librarian. From this university he received in 
1808 the degree of D.D., which was also conferred on him in 1872 
by the Ohio Wesleyan University. In 1911, on the occasion of his 
visit to Willamette University, he received from that institution 
the degree of LL.D. 

He married, at Phillips, Me., 25 December 1848, Phoebe Martha 
Dyar, daughter of Joseph Dyar of Farmington, Me., who died 1G 
December 1908. A son, Frank Hoyt, and a daughter, Mrs. Frances 
Hoyt Dyer, both of Cincinnati, survive him, and in their homes 
his last days were spent. 

Cf. Western Christian Advocate, 31 January 1912. 

1914 

Rev. Stephen Denison Peet, A.M., Ph.D., of Salem, Mass., 
a corresponding member since 1881, was born at Euclid, Ohio, 
2 December 1831, and died at Northampton, Mass., 24 May 1914. 
He was graduated at Beloit College, Beloit, Wis., in 1851, and re- 
ceived from the same institution in 1890 the degree of Ph.D. He 
studied at the Yale Divinity School, 1851-1853, and in 1854 was 
graduated at the Andover Theological Seminary. For over forty 
years he held pastorates in the West. While accompanying his 
father on missionary tours he became interested in Indian life and 
in the mound builders, and this led to his life study of archaeology. 
In 1878 he founded the American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal, 
the first journal of its kind, and was for thirty-two years its editor 
and publisher. He was a corresponding member of the American 
Oriental Society, the American Numismatic Society, the Daven- 
port Academy of Sciences, the Philosophical Society of Great Britain, 
and the Society of Biblical Archaeology, and a member of the Ameri- 
can Antiquarian Society. 

Dr. Peet married first Katherine Mosely, and secondly Olive 
Woolworth Cutler, who, with eight children, survives him. 

Cf. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, New Serif*, vol. 26. p. 16. 

1917 

Rev. Edward Newman Packard, A.M., D.D., of Stratford, 
Conn., a life member since 1885, was born at Lancaster, Mass., 
16 December 1841, the son of Rev. Charles and Rebecca Prentiss 
(Kent) Packard, and died at Stratford 26 April 1917. He traced 
his lineage from Samuel 1 Packard, who came to New England in 
the Diligent in 163S, settled in Hingham, Mass., and was later of 
Weymouth and Bridgewater, Mass., through Zaccheus,' Solomon, 3 



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memoirs xiii 

Jacob, 4 Rev. Hezekiah, 5 D. D. ( of Chelmsford, Mass., ami Wi 

Me., and Rev. Charles, 1 his father, who served ai a minister of the 

gospel in various parishes and died at Biddeford, Me., in 1864. An 
elder brother of Rev. Charles Packard wa< Rev. Alph< . Spring 
Packard, I). I)., for many years a beloved professor at Bowdoin 

College. 

He was prepared for college at the Hiddeford (Me.) High School, 
and was graduated at Bowdoin College in 1862, receiving from ! 
alma matrr the degree of A.M. in 1805. The degree of D.I), was con- 
ferred on him by Syracuse University in 1891 and by Bowdoil) 
College in 1915. 

He studied for a year at the Bangor Theological Seminary, and 
was also for a while principal of the Limerick (Me.) Academy. Be 
taught at Bowdoin College, 1863-1868, first as a tutor, and sub- 
sequently as instructor and assistant professor of mathematics. He 
spent the year 1868-69 at the Andover Theological Seminary, a- a 
resident licentiate, and was ordained to the Congregational ministry 
at Kvanston, 111., 13 January 1870. He was pastor of the First Con- 
gregational Church, Evanston, 1870-1879, of the Second Church., 
Dorchester, Mass., 1879-1887, of the Plymouth Congregational 
Church, Syracuse, N. Y., 18S7-1904, and of the Stratford Con- 
gregational Church from 1904 until 1916, when he was made pastor 
emeritus. 

Dr. Packard was an overseer of Bowdoin College from. 1SS1, 
assistant recording secretary of the American Board of Commis- 
sioners for Foreign Missions, and a member of the Boston Monday 
Club and of the Fairfield Association of Ministers. In politics he 
was a Republican. 

He married at Winona, Minn., 10 November 1870, Mary Elisa- 
beth Ford, daughter of Dr. Harvey Ford, who, with the following 
six children, survives him: Charlotte Mellcn Packard, Mrs. Marshall 
A. Howe of Pleasantville, X. V.. Mrs. E. C. Quereau of Bay City, 
Tex., Mrs. H. (\ Cooper of Syracuse, X. Y., Edward Newman 
Packard, Jr., M.D., of Saranac Lake, N. Y., and Charles Packard, 
Ph.D., of Pekin, China. 

Cf. Who's Who in New England. 1916. p. S09. 

Sarah Borden Durfee Lewis, A.M., of Boston, a resident 
member since 1911, was born at Roxbury. Mass.. 28 November 
1851, the daughter of Franklin Henshaw and Sarah Borden (Dur- 
fee) Lewis, and died at Brookline, Mass., 25 May 1917. She was 
descended from Edmund Lewis, who came to New England in the 
Elizabeth in 1634, first settling at Watertown, but soon buying a Is 
tract of land on the shore of Lynn. The descendants of Edmund 
owned property at the North End of Boston, and carried on S large 
and successful shipping trade at the wharf now called Lewis Wharf. 
Samuel Shaw Lewis, the grandfather of Miss Lewis, was instrumental 
in arranging that the steamers of the Cunard Line should sail to 
and from Boston, and was the first agent of the Line in Boston. 
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fust exporter of apples from this country. traced her 

ancestry also to Jam.- Chilton and hit daughte Mary, John 
Priscilla (Mullens) AJden, Richard Warren, and Governoi Iford, 
all of whom were passengers in the Ma 620. 

Miss Lewis received her elementary education in private 
as graduated a( Vaster College in 1871, and received t!, 
of A.M. from Etadcliffe I 'oil.'-- in 1901. 

She was a >tu. lent of history, a botanisl ome merit, and an 
ardent ornithologist. Gifted with a remarkable memory, made 

:m unusually fine teacher, her pro: n during mott of her 1 

Gkohgk Montgomery Chamberlin, M.D., of Chicago, 111., a 

resident member since 1904, was born at Saratoga Springs, N. V 
25 July 1844, the son of Joseph Fitch and Etebecca (Montgomei 

Chamberlin, and died in Chicago o<) June 1 ( .H7. He \v;i, the eighth 

in descent from Richard Chamberlin or Chamberlain, the immi- 
grant, of Braintree, Koxbury, and Sudbury, Mass., through his 
son Benjamin, one of the first proprietors of Oxford, Mass. n- 

jamin's grandson. John, was the first settler of Thetford, Vt., and 
moderator of its first town meeting. Dr. Chamberlin was of 

tish descent on his mother's side and of Mayflower ancestry through 

his great -great-grandmother, Mehitable Fuller, wife of John ( 'hand 

lin, Jr., of Hebron, Conn. 

He was graduated in 1864 at the Rush Medical College, Chi 
where he resided and practised his profession, taking pride in * 

marvelous development of the city. For twenty-five years lie v. 
on the staff of St. Luke's Hospital, one of the best hospitals in Chi- 
cago, serving as attending obstetrician and also as a member of the 

examining hoard of the Hospital's Training School for Nurses. He 
was a member of the American Medical Association, the Illinois 
Medical Society, a charter member of the Union League and Wash- 
ington Park Clubs, and a member of the Chicago Athletic 

ciation, the South Shore County Club, and the Forty Club. 

He took special interest in the Chamberlain Association, of which 
he was elected vice-president in 1906, chairman of the Publicati 

Committee in 1913, and president in 1916. His bequest of $1000, 
to be used "towards the cost of publication by a committee of the 
Chamberlain Association of the genealogy of the Chamberlain 
family," was the ultimate proof of the love which he bore t 
Association. 

He married, 17 October 1869, Laura Chamberlin, who surviv- 
him, daughter of James Madison and Louisa Beebe (PeiT :amber- 
lin, formerly of Rutland, \"t. 

Ci. The Colonial, vol. 0. no. 1 (J;in-:.uy 191S). 

Rev. Horace Edwin Hayden, M.A.. of Wilkes-Barre, Psu, a 

corresponding member since 1874. was born at Qa t onsviDe, Balti- 
more Co.. Md., IS February 1837, the -on of Edwin one and 
Elizabeth (Hause) Hayden, and died 22 August 101,. I!' 
his descent from Sergt. William 1 Hayden of Dorchester, -• . and 



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Hartford and Windsor, Conn., through Lieut. Daniel 1 of Wind or, 
Daniel, 1 Daniel, 4 Lieut. Thomas* of Windsor, an officer in the 
Revolution, Dr. Horace H., 1 who moved from Connecticut to Balti- 
more, aid., and Edwin Parsons' of Ellicotf City, M«l.. his fatl, 
He received his education at St. Timothy's Hall, Catonsville, a 

military school, and at Kenyon College, Gambler, Ohio. I-Yom 

1858 to ISO! he taught a school for young ladies at Ellioott Oil 
and then entered the Confederate service, enlisting ■ privat 
l June 1861, for one year, in the Howard County (Md.) Cavalry, 

a company composed of his own associat- This \v:i iched to 

the regiment of Col. Angus McDonald until 20 July 1801, when it 
became Company K of the First Virginia Cavalry, under Col. 

J. E. 13. Stuart. In March 1862 this regiment was reorganized, 
and one-half of Company K, including Private Harden, became a 
part of the First Maryland Battalion of Cavalry. Private Havden 
reenlisted for two years from 1 June 1862, and served in the field 
with his battalion until after the Second Battle of Man.i- 
(Hull Run), in August 1862, when he was placed in charge of wounded 
men at Buckland, Va. In November 1802 he returned to his com- 
pany and served in the Shenandoah Valley. In the summer of 
1S63 he was appointed a hospital steward and was ordered to Rich- 
mond. He was honorably discharged 6 July 1864, at the end of 
his term of enlistment, but remained in the service as a volunt 
in the Third Virginia Infantry until his final discharge on 30 Decem- 
ber 1804. 

On 1 January 1805 he entered the Virginia Theological Seminary. 
to prepare for the ministry, and, after graduating there, was ordain 
to the diaconate in the Protestant Episcopal Church, 28 June 1867, 
by the Right Rev. John Johns, D.D., LL.D., his cousin. His 
first charge was Christ Church, at Point Pleasant, W. Va. On 7 
August 1S0S he was ordained to the priesthood at Alexandria, Va., 
by the Right Rev. Francis McN. Whittle, D.D. In 1873 he resigned 
his charge at Point Pleasant and became rector of St. John's Chui 
at West Hrownsville, Pa., in the diocese of Pittsburgh. There he 
remained until 1S79, when he went to St. Stephen'.- Church, Will. 
Harre, Pa., his permanent charge. 

Mr. Hayden was much interested in American history and gene- 
alogy, and among his published works is a book of S00 pages, en- 
titled "Virginia Genealogies." He was a life member of the Wyoming 
Historical and Geological Society of Wilkes-Harre, held in that 
organization the offices of corresponding secretary, librarian, histori- 
ographer, and curator, and from 1S94 on was the editor of all its 
publications. He was also a member of many other societies. 

He married a; Point Pleasant, W. Va., 30 November 18GS, Kate 
Elizabeth Byers, daughter of John Alphonse and Charlotte Mary 
(Davis) Byers of Hancock, Md. Their children were Mary Eliza- 
beth, who died in 1899, in her twenty-fifth year, and Horace Edwin, 
A.B. (Princeton Universitv, 190o), M.A. (University of Virginia, 
1910). 

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Mrs. Lillian (Chickkri.vc) Princi of Boston and bfancl 

Mass., a resident member since 190S, was born at Koxbury, Ma — ., 

13 September 1849, the daughter of Thomas Edward and Caroline 
Augusta (Battelle) Chickering, and died in Boston 30 October 1917. 
She was a descendant of Nathaniel 1 Chickering of Dedham, Mass., 
through Nathaniel, 2 John, 3 Abner, 4 Jonas 1 (founder of the famous 
piano house of Chickering and Sons), and CoL Thomafl Edward,* 

her father, who was distinguished for hifl services in the Civil War. 

Mrs. Prince was educated at sonic of the leading prival chools 
of the day, and was always prominent in the social life and con- 
structive activities of her home city. From the outbreak of the 

Great War she was closely connected with man}' of the various 
agencies that were helping the soldiers at the front, notably the 
Red Cross. 

She married, 21 February 1882, Gordon Prince of Boston, BOO 
of Hon. Frederick Octavius and Helen Susan (Henry) Prince, who 
died in 1902 and was known in his generation as the eldest of 
"the four Prince boys." Her sole survivor is a son, Lieut. Gordon 
Chickering Prince, A. B. (Harvard, 1910), of the United Stat 
Aviation Corps, a cousin of the late Lieut. Norman Prince, A. B. 
(Harvard, 1906), LL.B. (Harvard. 1911). of the Lafayette Squadron, 
French Flying ( Jorps, who gave his life for France. 

Mrs. Evelyn (MacCurdy) Salisbury of New Haven, Conn., 
a resident member since 1898, was born at Lyme, Conn., 3 Novem- 
ber 1823, the daughter of Hon. Charles Johnson and Sarah Ann 
(Lord) MacCurdy, and died at New Haven 31 December 1917. 
She was a descendant of Patrick MacKirdy, of an ancient Scotch 
clan in the Isle of Arran, who, fleeing from religious persecution in 
the land of his forefathers, settled in CO. Antrim, in the north of Ire- 
land, about 1GG6, was in the siege of Londonderry, and fought in the 
Battle of the Boyne. The first of Mrs. Salisbury's MacCurdy ano 
tors in this country was John 1 MacCurdy, who came to New York in 
1745, married at Lyme, in 1752, Ann Lord, and B 1 there. Fol- 

lowing him was Richard 2 (B.A., Yale College, 1 787) and Charles 
Johnson 3 (B.A., Yale, 1817, LL.D., 1S68), her father. She was also 
descended from Gov. Matthew Griswold and Gov. Roger Wolcott of 
Connecticut, and was related to the Ogdens and other well-known 
families of her native State. 

She was educated at the schools of Mrs. Phcbe Griffin Noyes in 
Lyme, Mrs. Okill in New York, Miss North in New London, Conn., 
and Mrs. Apthorp in New Haven. Owing to physical frailty in 
early life she became a close companion of her father, a judge of 
the Superior and Supreme Courts of Connecticut, sharing in his 
pursuits and interests both at home and abroad. She was with 
him in Vienna, where he was the United States charge d'affaires 
in 1S51 and 1S52, and accompanied him in his travels on the 
Continent. She wrote for the New York Independent in its earlier 
years, over the signature of "Ernest." She wrote also short articles 
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She was married, 23 November lsri. as his second u. i Bdwaid 
Elbridge Salisbury, LL.D., of New Haven, who < lii*< 1 ."> Febru 
1901, only son of Joeiah and Abigail (Bi Salisbury of Bo 

Dr. Salisbury, who was graduated at Yale College in the Claai 
1832, was an eminent scholar, especially in the field of i 
languages. In 1.S41 the first professorship of Arabic and Urit 

in America was established at Vale, and he was appointed to fill it. 
He held this professorship until L854, when he retired in faror of 
his distinguished pupil, William Dwight Whitney. Another of qm 

pupils was Professor James Hadley. the well-known Greek Scholar, 
father of President Arthur Twining Hadley of Yale. Dr. Salisbury 
was corresponding secretary and later president of the American 
Oriental Society and a frequent contributor to its Journal. In 
1870 he gave to Yale College the Salisbury Library of I taien 
Literature, together with funds for its increase, and in many other 
ways showed at various times his interest in his alma mater. In 
his later years he turned his attention to genealogical research, 
and spared neither time nor money in the preparation and publi 
tion of the magnificent volumes entitled "Family Memorial 
which trace the history of many of the families from which he was 
descended or with which he was connected by marriage, Ml !is- 

bury being of the greatest assistance to her husband in collecting 
the material for this work and in preparing it for the press. From 
1892 until his death he was Vice-President for Connecticut of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society, and a memoir of him. 
with portrait, was published in .the Register for October 11)01 
(vol. 55, pages 361-367). 

Mrs. Salisbury was a charter member of the Society of Colonial 
Dames of Connecticut (being an honorary life member of its Board 
of Managers) and of the Connecticut Society of the Daughters of 
the American Revolution. She was also a member of the American 
Author's Guild. Both Mrs. Salisbury and her husband did much 
to promote the welfare of Old Lyme, where they had their summer 
residence, and in her will she bequeathed a large sum for educa- 
tional purposes to her native town. 

1918 

Arthur Eastman Whitney of Winchester, Mass., a life mem- 
ber since 1891, was born at Woburn, Mass., 5 July 1847, the son 
of Joel and Esther Maria (Tread well) Whitney, and died at Win- 
chester 15 January 1918. He traced his descent from John 1 Whitney 
of Watertown, through Jonathan, 2 Jonathan, 3 Daniel, 4 Levi, 4 Asa, 6 
and Joel, 7 his father. On his mother's side he was descended from 
Rev. Nathaniel Rogers, one of the early settlers of Ipswich, 
Mass. 

He was educated in the Winchester public schools, and became 
a manufacturing machinist. The larger part of his business life 
was spent in the manufacture and sale of his own patented machines 
used in the preparation of rubber, in the working of wood, and partic- 
ularly in the making of leather. His work is found in all parts of the 



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world, and his inventions, which were protected by Tinted Stir 
patents, numbered more than a score. 

He was helpful in making the town of Winchester what it 

to-day, a beautiful residential town, and was active in promoting 

the celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the 

first white settlement there. He wrote many articles on the I ■•■'Ay 

history of this section, and read papers before historical sociel 

and local organizations on subjects of current interest and on local 
history. Be also held various town offices and important positi 
of public trust. 

He was a life member of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, 
one of the founders of the Winchester Young Men's Club, of which 
he was at one time president, and a member of the Unitarian Church. 

He married first, 12 November 1878, Alice Fletcher, who died 
in 1901; and secondly, 2 December 1903, Alice Emma Marston, who 

-survives him, together with two sons by his first wife, Robert Fletcher 

and Harold Treadwell, and one by his second wife, Joel Marston. 

May Cynthia Walker, B.A., of YYellesley Hills, M and 

Baldwin, La., 1 resident member since 1909, was born at Union 
Square, Oswego Co., N. Y., 22 December 1801, the daughter 
Avery Skinner and Rosanna (Baldwin) Walker, and died al ' lin- 
den, S. C, 29 January 1918. On her paternal side she traced her 
descent from Philip 1 Walker, son of Widow Walker, who was of 
Rehoboth, Mass., about 1G43, through Philip, 2 Daniel, 3 Gideon. 4 
Jesse, 5 Hiram, 6 and Avery Skinner, 7 her father. On the maternal 
side she was descended from John 1 Baldwin of Branford, Conn., 
through George, 2 Israel, 3 Aaron, 4 Joseph, 5 John, 6 and Rosanna. 7 
her mother. 

She was educated in the high school at Spencer, Mass.. graduat- 
ing in 1S79, and received the degree of B.A., cum Innrfc, at Wellesley 
College in 1883. In 1S83-S4 she taught in the high school at Spent 
and in 1880-18S7 taught history and English in Upper Norwood, 
England, in the Royal Normal College for the Blind; she also 
pursued graduate studies at the University of London. In I^s7--S8 
she taught history at Whcaton Seminary. Norton, Mass. In 
1891-1894 she was connected with the Woman's Temperance Union 
of Louisiana in various capacities, being for two years at the home 
of the organization, and also a vice-president of the national 
organization. 

Miss Walker aided in the preparation of "The Descendants of 
Deacon Aaron Baldwin," compiled by George E. Baldwin. 1907. 
Afterwards she endeavored to trace to the time of their settlement 
in the Province of Louisiana the family of Fuselier de Laclaire, 
whose home, with lands, had been in her mother's family since the 
close of the Civil War. 

She was a member of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, the 
Massachusetts Suffrage Association, the Massachusetts Federa- 
tion of Women's Clubs, the Daughters of the American Revolution, 
and the Louisiana Historical Association. 



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Hon. William Martin Chask, A.M., LL.D., of Concord, N. II . 
a resident member since 1892, was bom at Canaan, N. II. 

December 1837, the Bon of Horace and Abigail Staniels (Martin) 

Chase, and died at Concord .'', February L918. He traced hi- ent 

from Aquila 1 ( 'base, who was at Hampton, N. EL, in 1640, through 

Moses, 2 .Joseph, 1 Moody, 4 .Joseph'', ,'ind Horace/ his father. 

He was prepared for college at the Kimball Union and Canaan 
Union Academics, and was graduated in the Chandler Department 

of Dartmouth College in 1858, receiving the degree of B.8. In 

1879 his alma mater conferred on him the degree of A.M., in 1883 
he was elected an honorary member of the Dartmouth chapter of 
the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity, and in 1898 he received from Dart- 
mouth the degree of LL.D. 

After graduation and prior to his admission to the bar he taught 
mathematics and the sciences for several terms at the Hennucer 
(N. II.) Academy. Bis law studies were pursued with Hon. An 

S. Marshall at Concord and with Hon. William P. Weeks at Canaan, 
N. II. He was admitted to the New Hampshire bar in AugU8l 1862 
and was afterwards admitted to practice in the I 1 States D 

trict and Circuit Courts. 

For ten years he practised law as a partner of Hon. Anson S. 
Marshall, under the firm name of Marshall A Chase, for five ye 
he was a partner of the late Chief Justice .J. Everett Sargent, under 

the firm name of Sargent & Chase, and for the last ten years of his 
active practice he was associated with Prank S. Streetcr, under - 
firm name of Chase & Streetcr. During this last period he was 
general counsel of the Boston, Concord A Montreal Railroad and 
of the Concord Railroad Corporation. One of the important ser- 
vices which he rendered to his native State was his work as chairman 
of the commission to revise, codify, and amend the public laws of 
New Hampshire, under the act of the New Hampshire Legislature 
of 30 July 1SS9. The commission made a report which, with amend- 
ments, was adopted as the Public Statutes of New Hampshire 
the .January session of the Legislature in 1891. 

On 24 March 1S91 he was appointed an associate justice of tl 
Supreme Court of New Hampshire, and retired from the bench in 
1907, having served the State for sixteen years with credit to him- 
self and to the advantage of the public. He then resumed active 
law practice, and from 1909 to 1911 was a member of the New 
Hampshire Senate. 

He also served his community and State as a director and presi- 
dent of the First National Bank of Concord, a member and president 
of the Board of Education, a member of the Board of Water 
Commissioners, clerk of the New Hampshire Senate at the June 
session of 1871, and a trustee of the New Hampshire State Library, 
of the State Normal School, and of Dartmouth College since 1890. 

He was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, of 
the New Hampshire Historical Society, and of the Wonolancet 
Club. In polities he was a Democrat. 

He married. IS March 1863, Ellen Sherwood Abbott of Concord, 



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daughter of Aaron and Nancy (Badger) Abbott, prbo died •'* April 

1'tlS. One son, Arthur Horace Chase, A.M., of Concord, Wrvi 

him. 

Rev. Charles Henry PoPB, A.B., of Cambridge, Ham, a : 
dent member .since 18S7, was horn at Marinas, Me., 18 October 

1841, the son of James and Eunice (Thaxter) Pop*', and di 
Cambridge 19 February 1918. He traced his descent from .John 1 
Pope of Dorchester, through John, 2 Ralph, 1 Ralph. 4 ] . k, s 

Frederick, 6 and James, 7 his father. 

He was graduated at Bowdoin College in 1862, served in Tennessee 
in 18G3 as a delegate of the United States Christian Commission, 
and was graduated at Bangor Theological Seminary in 1805. Aft<-r 
his ordination to the Congregational ministry at BangOT in 1865, 
he went to California, where he held various charts, at Crass 
Valley, San Mateo, Hydesville, and Benicia, under the ausp; 
of the American Home Missionary Society, until 1874. From 
1871 to 1874 he was also principal of the Young Ladies Seminary 
at Benicia. He was pastor of the Second Congregational Church 
in Oakland, Cal., 1S74-1S7G, and was for a few months in Reno, 
Nev. Then he returned to the East, and became successively pastor 
of the church in Thomaston, Me., 1877-1SS'_\ Farmington, Me., 
1SS3-1S87, Kennebunkport, Me., 18S8-1895, and of the First 
Parish Church, Charlestown, Mass., 1S96-1901. From that time 
on he was without a pastorate, and was engaged in genealogical and 
scientific research, writing, editing, and publishing. 

From 1870 to 1877 he was a member of the Board of Trustees of 
the Pacific Theological Seminary' (Congregational) at Oakland, Cal. 
While in Thomaston he was a member of the School Committee, ami 
at Kennebunkport he was superintendent of schools. He serve- 1 
three times as a delegate to the National Council of Congregational 
Churches, and was a member of the American Peace Society. 

His publications included, besides occasional sermons, "The 
Gospels Combined,"' 1895, "Pioneers of Massachusetts," 1900, 
"Solar Heat, Its Practical Application," 1903, "Pioneers of Maine 
and New Hampshire," 190S, and also several family histories, one 
of which was "A History of the Dorchester Pope Family." He 
went abroad several times to carry on genealogical research. He 
wrote much on the practicability of and invented and patented d 
vices for the use of solar heat for domestic and mechanical purposes. 
He married first, 31 July 1S65, Elizabeth Leach Bates, who died 
in 1902, daughter of Dr. Niran and Charlotte Lamson (Dennett) 
Bates; and secondly, 7 May 1903, Alice Eliza Pope, daughter of 
John and Harriet (Gilbert) Pope of Cambridge, Mass., who sur- 
vives him, together with one son by his first wife, Niran Bates Pope. 

Alfred Alder Do axe of Everett, Mass., a resident member 
6ince 1905, was born at Argyle, Yarmouth Co., N. S., 20 April 
1855, the son of Israel and Louisa (Kenney) Doane, and died at 
Everett 20 February 1918. He traced his descent from Dea. John 1 



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Doane of Plymouth and Eastham in the Plymouth Colony, through 
. Daniel, 2 Israel, 1 Edmund, 4 Israel. 1 Israel, 6 and Israel, 1 his father. 

He was also descended from Klder William BreWStef and CJ 
Thomas Prence. 

He was educated at Morton Collegiate A-nleinv, W'olfville, X. S., 

and spent one year at, Bethany College, Bethany, W. Va, !!•• came 

to Massachusetts, became an American citizen in 1882, and for 
many years was connected with the Boston Mutual Life Insuram-e 
Company. 

He compiled and published "The Doane Family," 1902, and the 
organization of the Doane Family Association was directly due to 
the interest aroused by this book. He prepared also several genea- 
logical pamphlets on other families. He was a member of the So- 
ciety of Mayflower Descendants. 

He married at Essex Centre, Vt., 4 September 1888, Francene E. 
Morse, who survives him, daughter of Wilson and Charlotte Diss 
(Tyler) Morse. 

Brig. Gen. Samuel Breck, U. S. A., Retired, of Brookline, 
Mass., a resident member since 1899, was born at Middleborough, 
Mass., 25 February 1834, the son of Samuel and Sarah Amelia 
(Eddy) Breck, and died at Brookline 23 February 1918. He was a 
descendant of Edward 1 Breck, who was in Dorchester, Mass., in 
1G36, through John, 2 John, 3 Robert, 4 Robert, 5 Samuel, 6 and Samuel, 7 
his father. 

He entered the United States Military Academy at West Point 
1 July 1851, and was graduated in 1855, ranking seventh in his class. 
He was made a second lieutenant of the First Artillery 1 July 1855, 
served against the Seminole Indians in Florida, and was made a 
first lieutenant 11 April 1861. In 1S59-G0 he was in the garrison 
at Fort Moultrie, S. C., and in 1860-61 he was assistant professor 
Geography, History, and Ethics at West Point. In the Civil War 
he served in the Army of the Potomac, first in the defence of Wash- 
ington, from December 1861 to March 1862, and then in Virginia, 
4 April to 20 June 1862, in the operations around Fredericksburg 
and in the expedition to the Shenandoah Valley. Afterwards lie 
was an assistant in the Adjutant General's office at Washington, 
having charge of rolls, returns, blanks, and business pertaining to 
the enlisted men of the Regular and Volunteer forces, of the records 
of discontinued commands, and of the preparation and publication 
of the "Volunteer Army Register." He was brevctted lieutenant 
colonel 24 September 1S64, "for meritorious services during the 
war," and colonel and brigadier general 13 March 1865, "for dili- 
gent, faithful and meritorious services in the adjutant general's 
department during the war." After 1870 he served in California, 
at Washington, D. C, and in Minnesota and Nebraska. He was 
commissioned lieutenant colonel 1:8 February 1SS7. colonel (assis- 
tant to the Adjutant General) 31 August 1893, brigadier general 
and adjutant general 11 September 1S97, and was retired by opera- 
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Gcnenil Brook was the author of "Genealogy of the Breck Family/ 1 
1889, and of the N Magoun Memorial/ 1 1891. 

He married, 23 September L857, Caroline Juliet Barrett! who di . 
6 December 1900. A bod, Samuel Breck, S. B., ML D., a Boston 

physician, survives liim. 

Edwin Bibcbabd Cox of Brookline, Mass., a resident member 

since 1897, was born in Boston 31 January 1859, the son of Cha: 

Motley and Emetine Brewer (Vose) Cox, and died at Brookline 
23 February 1918. He traced his ancestry from Robert 1 ( Jox, through 

Matthew, 2 Benjamin, 3 Matthew, 4 and Charles Motley, 5 his father. 

He was educated in the public schools of Boston and in the 
Chauncy Hall School. 

He chose a business career, hut was not actively engaged therein 
for some years prior to his death. 

He was deeply interested in genealogy, and was. at various times, 
a member of many patriotic societies, in most of which he was, at 
one time or another, an officer. He had been a member of the So- 
ciety of Colonial Wars in the Commonwealth of M ?s. 
the Society of the Sons of the Revolution, the Order of St. Geo: 
of the Holy Roman Empire in the (Colonics of North America, and 
the Society of American Wars. He also belonged to the Boston 
Athletic Association and the Boston City Club. 

He married, 5 July 1SS8, Mary Lane Stevenson, daughter of 
Nathaniel Henry and Mary Elizabeth (Bray) Stevenson, who sur- 
vives him, together with three children, Edwin Birchard Cox, A. B. 
(Harvard, 1911), LL.B. (Harvard, 1914), a lawyer practising in 
Boston, Emeline Bancroft Cox, A.B. (Radcliffe College, 1915), and 
Ruth Emerson Cox, A.B. (Wellesley College, 1915). 

Roger Faxton Sturgis, A.B., of Boston, a resident member 
since 1913, was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 21 March 1802, the son 
of Robert Shaw and Susan Brimmer (Inches) Sturgis. and died in 
Boston 26 February 1918. He was descended from Edward 1 Sturgis 
of Yarmouth and Sandwich, Mass., through Thomas, 1 Thomas, 3 
Thomas, 4 Russell, 3 Nathaniel Russell, 1 and Robert Shaw, 7 his father. 

He attended private schools in Philadelphia, and was graduated 
at Harvard University in 188-1. He then studied for two years in 
the Harvard Law School, and after this entered the law office of 
Brooks & Nichols in Boston. He was admitted to the SufTolk bar 
in 1887. He remained with the firm until 1890, when he began 
practice on his own account. In July 1S93 he became a member of 
the firm of Story & Thorndikc, from which he withdrew in Jul}' 1S9S, 
to resume practice by himself, and he continued his independent 
practice up to the time of his death. 

He was a writer on questions of constitutional law and taxation. 
and compiled and published "Kdward Sturgis and His Descendant-. 
Boston. 1914. 

He married at Cleveland. Ohio, 7 October 1S93, Mildred Frazer, 
daughter of Lawson and Mary (Sprague) Frazer of Covington, Ky., 



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wlio, together with three children, Susan Brimmer, R and 

Anita, survives him. 

Frederic Endicott of Canton, Mass., ■ resident membei 
1891, was horn at Canton 2 April L839, the son of John tad Matilda 
(Ellis) Endicott, and died at Canton 12 March L91& He « 
descendant of Gilbert 1 Endicott, yeoman, who resided in thai p 

of Dorchester, MaSS., which later became StOUghtOD and if now 

Canton, through James, 2 James, 1 James, 4 and .John, his father. 

Among his ancestors, also, were members of the Crane, Dean, 

Puffer, Fairbanks, Clapp, Yose, and other New England fami!; 
It is worthy of note that the gravestone of Gilbert Jndicott is the 
oldest stone in the Canton cemetery, and that within a few n 
of this stone are the graves of all those in the line of descent u> 
Frederic Endicott, as well as that of Frederic Endicott himself. 

He was educated in the public schools of his native town, and 
in 1 855 was a pupil in the Dedham High School. After the death of 
his father lie began, at the early age of seventeen, his career 
civil engineer by undertaking surveying for the late Henry V. Wall- 
ing, going to Maine, New Brunswick, central Pennsylvania, and 
Other localities, and doing drafting in the New York office. Liter 
he measured, with his odometer, the carriage road from the ( den 
House to the summit of Mt. Washington, for the State of N- 
Hampshire. For many years his work for the county commission- 
ers took him to all parts of Norfolk County. 

Mr. Endicott was a public-spirited citizen and was devob 
the interests of his town. He held at various times many town 
offices, including those of superintendent of schools, water com- 
missioner, hydraulic engineer for the water works, tax collector, 
and others. He was one of the little group of men who started the 
first town library, which grew into the Canton Public Library of 
to-day. 

He was particularly interested in historical and genealogical 
research, was at one time secretary of the Canton Historical S - 
ciety, and edited "The Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths . . . 
in the Town of Stoughton from 1727 to 1S00, and in the Town of 
Canton from 1797 to IS if)," which was published in 1890. He \. 
also deeply interested in scientific and nature studies, he was an 
enthusiastic photographer and president of the local Camera Club, 
and his photographs of winter scenery among the White Mountain- 
were often exhibited at the rooms of the Appalachian Club, of which 
he was a member. 

He married, 26 April 1S6T>, Charlotte Elizabeth Bense of ( n. 

who, with their two daughters, Charlotte, wife of Albion Dyer 
Wilde, and Helen Elizabeth Endicott, survives him. 

Henry Parks Wright, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., of New Haven, 
Conn., a resident member since 1914, was born at Winchester, X. EL, 
30 November 1S39, the son of Parks and Relief Willard (WooUc 
Wright, and died at New Haven 17 March 1918, He traced his 



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lineage from Dea. Samuel 1 Wright, who wai in Springfield, Mass., 
in 1639, through Samuel 1 (killed by the Indiana in 1675), Ben- 
jamin, 1 Remembrance/ Aaron/ Remembrance, 1 Ellsworth, 1 and 

Parks, H his father. 

After the death of hu parents he lived with nil grandmother 

Oakham, Mass., and at one; time taught in the district BChooll thl 

He was prepared for Yale College at Phillip- Academy, Andover, 

Mass., and under the tutelage of Hev. Dr. Franco] N. Peloubel 

Oakham. His education was interrupted by the Civil \V:ir. In 

August 1802 he enlisted in Company F, Fifty-First Massachusetl 

Infantry, was appointed sergeant on 4 November 18G2, and wai 
company clerk, being detailed to serve a^ assistant quartermaster 
when the company was on picket duty. He remained with his regi- 
ment until it was mustered out on 27 July 18G3. In the fall of 1864 
be entered Yale College, where he established a record for high 
scholarship, and was the valedictorian of his class at the Commem • - 
ment of 1868. Yale granted to him the degree of M.A. in 1871 
and of Ph.D. in 1876, and Union College conferred on him the degree 
of LL.D. in 1895. From April 1877 to August 1S78 he studied at 
the University of Gottingen and in Berlin. 

He began his official connection with Yale soon after his gradua- 
tion. Having taught for a while at the Chickering Institute, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, he was appointed tutor in Latin and Greek in the 
College in July 1869. He was made assistant professor of Latin 
at the expiration of the academic year 1870-71, and from 1S76 
until his retirement in 1909 he held the Dunham Professorship of 
Latin. But it was as dean of the University that he rendered In- 
most important service. Inducted into that newly created office 
in 1884, he soon became an important factor in student life. His 
methods of helping undergraduates in the solution of their various 
problems were unique and of inestimable value in the development 
of character. When, in 1909, at the end of twenty-five y.-ars of 
notable service, he sought a well-earned and needed retirement, 
he was presented with a silver medal by the College Faculty. Wricht 
Hall, one of the most imposing of the Yale buildings, was ercc 
later, the result of subscriptions from former pupils. 

Dean Wright published an edition of the Satires of Juvenal in 
1901, and was the author of various reports and addresses on edu- 
cational and historical topics. Since 1S71 he had been the secre- 
tary of the Yale Class of 1S6S, of which he published a history in 1914. 

He was a member of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, the American Philological Association, the Archaeological 
Institute of America, the American Historical Association, the X 
Haven Colonv Historical Societv, the New Haven Graduates Club, 
and the Yale Alumni Association of New Haven, and an honorary 
member of the Yale Club of New York City. He was a trustee of 
the Connecticut College for Women, and. since 1SS6, of the Hopkins 
Grammar School, and was also for a few years a trustee of Mount 
Hermon School for boys. He was one of the founders of the Yale 
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Professor Wright married at Oakham, Mass., 7 July 1874, M 
Elisabeth Burt, daughter of Alfred Ely and Elisabeth Wilder (Lin- 
coln) Burt, who survives him. Their children are Alice Lincoln, 
B.A. (Welloslov, . Ph.D. (Yale, 1901), Henry Bart, B.A. 

(Vale, 1898), Ph.D. (Yale, 1903), Alfred Pars 1 Ellsworth. 

Cf. YaU Alumni Wrtkly. 22 March 1018. 

George Golding KENNEDY, A.M., M.D., of Milton, Mass., a 
life member since 1912, was horn at Roxbury, Mass., 16 Octol>er 
1841, the son of Donald and Anne (Colgate) Kennedy, and died at 
Milton 31 March 1918. 

He was prepared for college at the Roxbury Latin School under 
Augustus H. Buck, was graduated at Harvard College in 18G4, 
taking later the degree of A.M., and received the degree of M.D. 
from the Harvard Medical School in 18G7. He then became a 
partner with his father in the manufacture of medicines. 

He was a student of botany and a writer on botanical subjects. 
He showed much interest in the work of Dr. Asa Gray and in the 
Gray Herbarium at Harvard University, and the new Herbarium 
building has on its library wall a bronze tablet, on which is inscribed 
Dr. Kennedy's name, with appropriate dates. In May 1900 Dr. 
Kennedy watched the total eclipse of the sun from Virginia Beach, 
near Norfolk, Va., and on 30 August 1905 he witnessed another 
solar eclipse from the high table-land near Burgos, Spain, having 
crossed the Atlantic for this purpose. He was a frequent visitor 
to Europe, and on one journey travelled also in Egypt and 
Palestine. 

He was a member of the Boston Society of Natural History, the 
St. Botolph Club, the Union Club, and the Art Club of Boston, 
a nonresident member of the Harvard Club of New York, and a 
member of the National Geographic Society and of the American 
Geographical Society of New York. He was also a member of the 
New T England Botanical Club, and for several years served on the 
committees appointed by the Board of Overseers to visit the Gray 
Herbarium and the Department of Instruction in Botany in Har- 
vard University. 

He married, 2S February 1S65, Harriet White Harris, daughter 
of Benjamin Clark and Harriet (White) Harris of Boston. She 
died at Milton 23 November 1910. Four of their five children arc 
living, namely, Edith Golding (widow of Henry L. Briggs), Harris 
(now residing with his wife and three children at the old home in 
Milton), Sinclair, and Mildred. Their second child, a son named 
Donald, died in infancy. 

Cf. Harvard College. Class of 1864. Secretary'* Report. No. 8. 1804-1914. 

Mrs. Sarah Lilly (Potter) Dunning of Springfield, Mass., 
a resident member since 1908, was born at Bath, Me., 5 September 
1S56, the daughter of William and Pamelia (Gilmore) Potter, and 
died at Springfield 13 April 1918. She traced her descent from 
Robert 1 Potter of Lynn. Mass., and of Rhode Island, who was in 



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New England in 1630, through Anthony,* Samuel, 1 David/ WUli&i 

John, 6 William, 7 and William. ■ her father. 

She was educated in public schools and under private tut 

and was graduated from the Parmington (Me.) Normal School in 
is::,. 

After her marriage she spent practically all of net life in Spring- 
field, Mass., devoting much of her time to church, social v.<-!;". 
and j)atriotic work. She was prominently identified with the 

Daughters of tin 1 American Revolution, of which she was State 

regent from 1909 until 1913, when she declined reelection. For 

several years she was chairman of die Patriotic Education Com- 
mittee Of the national organization of the Daughter! of the Ami 
can Revolution, and under her leadership the Committee did much 

to spread patriotic sentiment, particularly among aliens newly 

landed in the United States. During the Great War she took a 
leading part in Red Cross work and other forms of relief work. 
She was also interested in her home city, and particularly in the 
American International College at Springfield. For many J 
genealogical research claimed a large share of her time. 

she was a member of the First Congregational Church in Spring- 
field, of the Connecticut Valley Historical Society, and of the Kama- 
pogue Historical Society. 

She was married, 5 June 1884, to James Gardner Dunning, LL.B., 
a lawyer of Springfield, son of Ebenezer Stanwood and Harriet 
Purington (Frost) Dunning of Bath, Me., who survives her. together 
with two sons, Harold Gardner Dunning of Longmeadow, M:i 
and Lieut. Ray Potter Dunning, U. S. A. 

Mrs. Nancy. Jewett (Wilder) Bigelow of Dorchester, Ma 

a resident member since 1899, was born at Elindge, X. H.. 19 Feb- 
ruary 1825, the daughter of Marshall Pinekney and Tryph 
(Jewett) Wilder, and died at Dorchester l. r ) April 191S. 

She was descended from Thomas Wilder of Charlestown (164 
and of Lancaster (1G59), Mass., through Nathaniel, 2 Kphraim." 
EphrainV Capt. Ephraim, Samuel Locke, 6 amd Marshall Pinek- 
ney, 1 her father. The last-named-, Hon. Marshall Pinekney Wild 
LL.D., was distinguished in many fields of activity, especially in 

horticulture — he served as President of the Massachusetts Horticul- 
tural Society from 18-10 for eight years — and in the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society, of which he was President from 
January 1868 until his death on 16 December 1SS6. His memory 
is perpetuated in the auditorium of the Society's building at 'J Ash- 
burton Place. Boston, which contains his portrait and bears the 
name of Wilder Hall, and accounts oi his life may be found in the 
Register, vol. 21, pages 97-120, and vol. 42, pages 231-242. 

Her mother died in 1831, and in 1832 her father, who had been en- 
gaged in business in Boston oince 1S25, purchased the estate in 
Dorchester at one time owned by Gov. Increase Sumner. This 
delightful countryseat was her home for more than a quarter of a 
century, and she shared her father's interest in many of his activit; 



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On 28 December 1858 she was married t< Andrew Digel< 

D.I)., a well-known Congregational minister, ami helped linn in 
his ministerial labors at Medfield, 1'ovbton, and [at | Soilth- 

borough, Mass., where In; died in 1882, and when continued to 

live until her return to the old family home in Dorchester. < >n 
11 March L913 she wrote from SoilthborOUgh a letter, which \. 

read at the dedication of the Genealogical Society's building, 18 

March L913 (Rboistsb, vol. 08, page xlviii). 

Her nearest surviving relatives are her half sister, Grace Sherwin 

Wilder, and her half brother, Edward Baker Wilder. 

Julius Gay, M.A., of Farmington, Conn., a resident member 
since 1889, was born at Farmington 15 February 1S34, th< ><; 

Fisher and Lucy (Thomson) Gay, and died at Farmington 2 May 
1918. On his father's side he traced his descent from John 1 ( I 
of Dedham, Mass., through Samuel, 2 John, 3 John, 4 Fisher/ Erastu 
and Fisher, his father, while on his mother's side he was d< led 

from Thomas 1 Thomson of Farmington, through John, 2 Samuel, 1 

Daniel, 4 Jonathan, 6 and Lucy, 6 his mother. He was also related 

to the Trcadwell, Fitch, Strong, Hart, and other prominent Con- 
necticut families. 

He was prepared for college at the boarding school in his oat 
town, kept at that time by Simeon Hart, was graduated at Yale 
College in the Class of 185G, and then entered the Yale Scientific 
School, where he received the degrees of PhJB. and M.A. in It 
His work at Y r alc was chiefly in engineering, and for nearly fifteen 
years he practised in Farmington as a civil engineer, being 
nized as an expert in that profession. In 1S72 he wafl chosen ttf 
urer of the Farmington Savings Bank, and from that time OD Ben 
the Bank as director, secretary, treasurer, or president until his 
retirement in 1911. He was also a director and secretary of the old 
National Exchange Bank of Hartford. He was a man of w; 
interests, a student of geology and botany in his early days, and a 
musician who played the organ with skill and frequently air. 
the music for the historic Congregational Church, of which he wafl 
a member. But his most enduring work was as a genealogist and afl 
town historian. 

In I860 lie became librarian of the* village library, and served in 
that capacity for eight years. Then he began a minute historical 
study of Farmington. For years he delved among public and private 
recordfl in his own town and county and throughout the New 
England States and New York, copied graveyard inscriptions, and 
interviewed old residents of his native place, with the result that 
his fourteen published historical addresses, begun in L890, visualize 
the figures and scenes of ancient Farmington in a remarkable way. 
During these years he gathered material for the genealogies of early 
Farmington families, but he could never bring himself to the task 
of putting the results of his labors into a volume which would have 
been an adequate monument to himself and to his native town. He 
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Farmington, and his collections have been placed in the library 

the Connecticut Historical Society, at Hartford. Mr. Gay ab<> 
prepared and brought out in lss'j "A Itecord of the \> 
of John ('lark of Farmington, Conn., the Hale Branehei brought 
down to 1882, the Female Branches one Generation after the dark 
Name is lost in Marriage." 

He married, 16 October 1862, Maria Clark, daughter of Menvin 
Clark, by whom he had four children, Maria, Floi Thorn.- 

Lucy Caroline, and Mabel Warner. Of his family only his wife 
and daughter Florence are still living. 

John Horaht SrRAGUE of Short Hills, N. J., a resident member 
since 1913, was born in New York City 30 November 1S50, the son 
of John Hobart and Henrietta (Prall) Sprague, and died at Short 
Hills 9 May 1918. He traced his descent from William 1 Sprague 
of Hingham, Mass., through Anthony, 2 Jeremiah, 3 Knight/ Jam* 
Roswell, 6 and John Hobart, 7 his father. Through Elizabeth Rart- 
lett, wife of Anthony Sprague, he traced his ancestry also to Richard 
Warren of the Mayflower. 

Mr. Sprague was educated in the public schools of New York 
City and under private tutors, and began his long and successful 
career as a business man with the firm of E. Ketcham <fc Company, 
which was engaged in the manufacture of tinware. Some years 
later this firm and several others were merged in the Central Stamp- 
ing Company, of which Mr. Sprague became second vice-president 
and later president, holding that position until he severed his con- 
nection with the business, about 1898. He then became intc: 
in the rope and twine industry, with which he was connected for 
the remaining years of his life. He was also secretary and, for Bev- 
els] years, president of the Union Selling Company, and was la' 
secretary, treasurer, and vice-president of the D. P. Winne Company, 
in the twine, yarn, and thread business. By reason of Mr. Spra^ue's 
great executive ability and extraordinary grasp of financial conditions 
this business soon increased more than twelvefold, and the establish- 
ment became one of the largest of its kind in the country. Mr. 
Sprague was president also of the Wheatena Company, with a large 
plant at Rahway, N. J., and under his direction the business pr 
pered marvelously. 

For many years Mr. Sprague was prominent in the social life of 
the community and in club circles. He was a member of the Society 
of Mayflower Descendants, the Society of Colonial Wars, the Union 
League Club of New York, the Merchants' Club of New York, and 
many other organizations. In religion he was an Episcopalian, and 
for many yean was a member of Christ Church at Short Hill-. 

He married first, 15 May 1871, Susan Van Auken Ketcham, born 
in New York City 24 February 1857, died there 7 August i v 
daughter of Enoch and Eliza Randolph (Van Auken) Ketcham; and 
secondly, in New York City, 22 May 1901, Anne Frances Randall, 
born at Dubuque, Iowa, 2S June 1S57, daughter of Darley (born 
in London, England, 25 June 1S27, died at New Brunswick, N. J., 



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28 October 1800) and Eliza Howe (Brown) Randall (bom in Now 
York 4 July 1833, died there 27 March 1868 There 
sons by the first marriage, William Ketcham, John Hobart, Enoch 
Ketcham, Gilbert, and Edward Brown. Of these, two, John Hobart 
and Enoch Ketcham, with his widow, survive liim. 

Anthony Tahhox Bkiggs of Cambridge, Ma -., ;i resident m«-m- 
ber since 1909, was horn at Coventry, R. I., 1 April 1861, the BOO of 
Russell and Sarah Polly (Tarbox) Briggs, and died at Cambridge 

id May 1918. He was a descendant of George Brigs*, through 

Stephen, Russell, and a second Russell, his father. 

He was educated in the common schools of Millbury, Mass., and 
at Leicester Academy, Leicester, Mass. 

Prior to 1883 he was engaged in the cotton waste, paper stock, 
and coal business in Millbury, and then became connected with 
the sales department of the Philadelphia & Reading Coal A: Iron 
Company, having his office in Boston and his home at Cambridge. 
Previous to his removal from Millbury he was, for a few months, 
chairman of the Board of Selectmen of that town. 

Notwithstanding the claims of his business interests, Mr. Briggs 
found time to collect a large amount of valuable ffnnalotfifsl ma- 
terial, which has been given to the Rhode Island Historical Society, 
and is described in the magazine of that society as follows: 

"The most important genealogical collection that the Society has ever 
received is that left by Mr. A. T. Briggs of Boston. It is to Ix? known as 
the 'Anthony Tarbox Brings Genealogical Collection,' and consists of many 
volumes of typewritten anil manuscript notes. The names in the>e VOSSfl 
are all indexed on cards, which are tiled alphabetically in a 54-drauvr card 
filing case. The collection also includes a large amount of correspondence 
on genealogical subjects, and an extensive tile of genealogical clippings 
from the Boston Transcript. The most important part of the collectio: 
perhaps the series of volumes containing the tyi>ewritten copies of grave- 
stone records. Mr. Briggs had the gravestone records of 294 cemeteries 
in Rhode Island and 22 cemeteries of Rhode Island families in nearby states 
copied and preserved. These cemeteries are scattered through Coventry, 
West Warwick, Warwick, East Greenwich, West Greenwich, Exeter, Rich- 
mond, Hopkinton, Westerly, North Kingstown, Cranston, Scituate, Fo 
and Gloucester. Many of the stones which he had copied have since been 
destroyed. The names are in the card index, so that the entire mass of 
material is easily accessible to the student." 

Mr. Briggs married, 17 October 1872, Ella Marie Eddy, daughter 
of Justus and Lucy Marie (Smith) Eddy, who, with a son, Russell 
Eddy, and a daughter, Sarah Marie, survives him. Their eldest 
child, Florence Elizabeth, died in infancy. 

Abraham Shumax, A.M., of Boston, elected to resident mem- 
bership in 1S94 and made a life member in 1895, was born in Prussia 
31 May 1S39, and died in Boston 26 June 1918. 

He came to this country, with his parents, at an early age, the 
family settling near Newburgh, N. Y. When not at school, he worked 
on a farm, until he was thirteen years old. Then he entered a 



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clothing house in Newburgh, where he Acquired bis first expen d 
in the business in which Ik- afterwards gained national prominen 

At the age of sixteen he started in business for himself in J'. 

dence, H. I. In is.")'.) he came to Roxbury, M . and opened a 
clothing store at the corner of Vernon and Wsshingfc 

Ten years later, with the late John Phillips, he entered the whole- 
sale clothing business on Summer Street, DOStOQ. the firm being 
known :is Phillips, Shuman A Company. The DUSUief - burned 

out in the great Boston fire of ix?2. Immediately afterwardi he 

laid the foundations for the immense business at "Shuman Com. 
Washington Street, Boston, of which lie was for the remainder of 
his life the head. From a small space in the corner of the building 
the business gradually developed until it filled the whole building. 

At the time of Mr. Shuman's death the store occupied ral ac 

of floor space and was one of the largest of the kind in New England. 

Mr. Shuman "was one of Boston's most forceful and enterprising 
merchants, and a citizen of commendable pride in the city and her 
institutions." He was the first vice-president of the Boston Mer- 
chants Association, for many years ;i director of the Manufacturers 

National Bank and the United States Trust Company, a director 
also of the Commonwealth Trust Company and the Puritan Trust 
Company, and a member of the Boston Chamber of Commerce. 
\\v was a trustee of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and a member 
of the Boston Athletic Association, the Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery Company, and the committee appointed by the Bo 
of Overseers of Harvard University to visit the Graduate School 
of Business Administration. In 1S05 he became a member of the 
Board of Trustees of the Boston City Hospital, and was president 
of the Board from 1S92 until his death. During his administra- 
tion as head of the Board the capacity of the Hospital was greatly 
increased, among the additional facilities provided being a hospital 
for contagious diseases, the home for convalescents, and the Hay- 
market Square and East Boston relief hospitals. When Mayor 
Quincy took office in 1S9G, one of his first official acts was to appoint 
Mr. Shuman to his board of consultation and advice on municipal 
matters. 

Mr. Shuman's reputation for generosity to his employees was 
established at the start. Many of them who met with rev. 
obtained money from him to save their homes, returning it in in- 
stalments without being required to pay interest. He was gen- 
erous in many other directions. He gave marble busts of Wendell 
Phillips to the Boston Public Library and Faneuil Hall, and a bronze 
bust of President Capon to Tufts College, which conferred on him 
the honorary degree of A.M. 

His last will and testament contained public bequests amounting 
to 8247,500. The sum of $100,000 was given to erect on land in 
Dorchester Avenue a building for patients convalescing from acute 
diseases following treatment at the City Hospital, the building to 
be known as "The A. Shuman Memorial Building for Convalescent 
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$50,000, besides twelve pictures from hie own collection, to the Pr( 

dent and Fellows of Harvard Colle^- SI'), (MM), the income of which 
is to be Used each year for Some worthy student in the Graduate 

School of Business Administration, and a like sum, to be similarly 
used, was given to Tufts College. Other gifts in smaller sun. 

including generous ones to those whom he bad employed in his 

business or at his home, helped to make up the large amount of 
bequests named above. 

Mr. Shuman married, 3 November lNbl, Hettie Lang, who di 
in L904. His surviving children arc: Emma (Mrs. August W.-ilj, 
Edwin A., Bessie (Mrs. Alexander Bteinert of Boston), Sidney I. 
Theresa (Mrs. I. A. Katshesky of Boston), and George II. Shuman. 

Capt. Huntington Saville, A.B., LL.B., Massachusetts State 
Guard, of Cambridge, Mass., a resident member .-in- 
born in Boston 9 November 1870, the son of Dr. Henry Martyn 
and Antoinette Hale (Carruth) Saville, and died at Cambrid 
27 July 1918. He traced his descent from William 1 Saville of Brain- 
tree, Mass., in 1(>40, through Samuel, 2 Samuel, 1 Eiisha, 4 Samuel, 5 
Josiah, 6 Josiah, 7 and Henry Martyn, 1 his father. 

His early education was obtained at Dr. Arthur Callisen's Schools 
New York City, St. Paul's School, Concord. N. 11., and the Hopkin, 
son School, Boston, and he was graduated at Harvard College in 
1S ( .)3 and at the Harvard Law School in 1S90. He was admitted to 
the Massachusetts bar in 1S96 and to practice in the United State- 
Courts in 1905. He was with the law firm of Shattuck A: M tin roe, 
in Boston, until the death of the surviving member. Mr. Munroe, 
in 1905, when he succeeded to the care of all the trusts and estat 
of which Mr. Munroe had been the trustee, and then formed a part- 
nership with Albert Minot Chandler, A.B. (Harvard. 1900), LL.B. 
(Harvard, 1903), for the general practice of law, under the firm 
name of Saville & Chandler. He continued in this relationship 
Until his death, acting with his partner as counsel for well-known 
corporations and firms as well as for many individual clients. 

He was a prominent and active member of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church, junior warden of Christ Church, Cambridge, a fori: 
president of the Episcopalian Club of Massachusetts, a member of 
the Cathedral" Chapter, an alternate delegate to the General Con- 
vention, a director of The Churchman, a delegate to the Synod for 
the Province of New England, and a dele to the National L 

eration of Church Clubs. He was also treasurer of the Boston City 
Mission. 

He was a member of the Cambridge Club, of which he had been 
president, the Harvard Club of Boston, the Harvard Club of New- 
York, the Eastern Yacht Club, the Oakley Country Club, the Boston 
City Club, the American Bar Association and similar local ssnoris 
tions, the Boston Chamber of Commerce, and the Military Order 
of the Loyal Legion. 

In the Great War he entered into various forms of service with 
the zeal which characterized his religious activities. He was one 



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of the most energetic of the campaigners in the war-fun. 1 drivel in 

Greater Boston, a director of the Cambridge Young Men's Chri 

Association and chairman of its war-work commit! md secreta 
of the Cambridge committee of the Red Triangle war-work fund. 
At the time of his death he was captain of Company M. Twelfth 
Regiment, Massachusetts State Guard, then encamped at Fram- 

ingham, and hie company furnished a military eSOOTl at his funeral. 
He married, 22 May LQOO, Anne Pierce Whittier of Boeton, who 
survives him. 

Rev. Charles Carroll Carpenter, A.M., of Andover, Ma-s., 
a resident member since 1885, was born at Bernard-ton. Ma 
9 July 183G, the son of Dr. Elijah Woodward and Vallonia (Slate) 
Carpenter, and died at Andover 19 August 191 s . He traced his 
descent from William 1 Carpenter of Weymouth, Man., who came 
to New England from Southampton in the Bevis in 1638, aged 62 
through William 2 of Rehoboth, Mass., who also came in the A 
in 1G38, aged 33, with his wife Abigail, aged 32, and four young 
children, Samuel, 3 one of the four children who came in the 1>> 
David. 4 David, 5 John, 6 John, 7 and Dr. Elijah Woodward, 8 his fath- 
Rehoboth was the home of this ancestral line down to John 7 (17* 
1848), the grandfather of Charles Carroll Carpenter, who went 
with Washington to Valley Forge, and in 1783 settled at Brattle- 
boro, Vt. His son, Elijah Woodward, 8 was a physician, and prac- 
tised his profession in Bernardston for forty-one years. The 
following biography of Mr. Carpenter is an abridgment, with a 
few interpolations in brackets, of a memoir of him by Rev. I\ EL 
Shipman, which was published in the Andover Townsman of 23 
August 1918. 

Charles Carroll Carpenter . . . was in the district school at the age 
of three, and before he was ten he was studying I^itin. loiter in life he 
thought it would have been better if he had studied less and played more; 
but one may doubt whether a second chance would have produced any 
change. Certainly no one else forced him to keep a daily journal at the 
age of ten. To the end of his life he was still keeping it. 

His parents united in teaching him to be honest and faithful in whatever 
he did; but he cannot have been a troublesome pupil. As a man, he could 
look back on a boy's chores done carefully and punctually. The succeed- 
ing years, before manhood, were divided between various businesses and 
the struggle for an education and an equally hard struggle for health. At 
fourteen, he was a clerk in a Greenfield periodical store and express office. 
He was a country schoolmaster at seventeen. When he was twenty-one 
he was voyaging to Labrador in search of phytic*] strength. In l>et\vecn 
these years he was a clerk in a bookstore, snatching bits of schooling at 
Goodale Academy (Bernardston), Williston Seminary [Easthampton, Niaai 
and Kimball Union Academy (Meriden, N. ELL and again for health's 
sake helping the fishermen of Marblehead. But he lived to write books 
as well as to sell them. Though he never reached college, he received the 
honorary degree of A.M. from both Hamilton (1SG9) and Dartmouth fl887 
As for the frailty of his boyhood's body, he lived two years beyond four- 
score. Foundations for such attainments he laid in those adolescent years 
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Hii health voyage to Labrador had a decisive influei ipon liu life 
aims and all his future course. He determined to return there as n n 
sionary, In 1858 he [entered th Canad ionary 

Society of Montreal,] explored the region bordering on tl f Belle 

Isle, established :i mission station on Caribou Island, and built a I x* » • 1 -« - 
there. A winter station w.i- afterwards fixed at Esquimaux River. He 
spent the following winter [1859 50] at the Harvard Medical S I. and 
was ordained to the [Congregational] ministry in Montreal on May 9, 1 
Another winter [1861 62] at the Harvard Medical School followed, and <»n 
May 1, 1862 [lie was married) .... The way was now 

sionary labora in Labrador; but . . . the climate wi i * -* * 1 « 1 f<»r Mr. 
Carpenter to live in it continuously. With injured health he left the 

after the summer of 1864, and spenl tin- next winter in City Point, Va. t 

employed as cashier under the l". s. Christian Commission for the "An: 
operating against Richmond. 11 For the next six years he was intend 

of the Lookout Mountain (Tennessee) Educational Institutions. Although 

the enmities of the war were still hot, it is astonishing how many b 
passed through that Yankee school. Many of them entered the M 
ministry, both Northern and Southern. Returning to New England, Mr.' 
Carpenter enrolled in Andover Theological Seminary, graduating in 1- 
Ten years in the pastorate followed, divided equally between the Rockville 
Congregational church of Pcabody (Mass.] [1875-1SS0] and the Conj 
tional church in Mo(u]nt Vernon, N. II. [1880 1885.] The remaino 
his life was given to literary work and to a playtime of pastoral labor al- 
most as wide as the globe; but the work was play, and play v. rk, 
and into both Mr. Carpenter put the brightness of bia sunny nature. 

The literary toil began with the "Congregationalist," for which Mr. 
Carpenter, under the nom-de-plume of "Mr. Martin," wrote the children*! 
column for twenty years. During the time, his "Conversation Corn* 
was the best single feature of that weekly paper. For two years 1 1887-1889) 
he edited the Townsman. He compiled the annual necrologies of Andover 
Theological Seminary from lS'.K) till 19(>0. . . . His ."Clock \ 
published in several editions. His more elaborate works, however, v. 
biographical Catalogue of Phillips Academy and the centennial catalogue 
of Andover Theological Seminary. These two volumes gave him high rank 
for work of the kind. He spared no pains upon them, and they are ra 
accurate and complete. . . . Most lately he was making an Andover his- 
torical scrap-book from the files of the Andover Advertiser and the Towns- 
man, and had brought the indexed work clown to 1900. Many other projects 
had been started in his busy brain and were waiting for Ins busy hands. . . . 

He had a prodigious memory, but his memory, like that of the rest ol us. 

was ruled and guided by the things he was interested in, and the things 
he was' interested in were people. . . . His mind became an immense but 

orderly maze, crossed and crisscrossed, of human names and birthdays 
and joys and sorrows and needs, and his little "study" was the fountain 
from which flowed a steady stream of cheery messages and .-mall gifts all 
over the world. Those whom he thus brightened on their way had not 
always fathomed the depth and ability of the man when they met him. 
his strong trust in God, his courage, his quick mind, his power of rapid 
activity matching his mind; but they remembered his alert frame, his bri.-k 
step, his white hair and rosy face, his impetuous voice, his kind and mirth- 
ful eyes, and the rendered service which had been as natural to him as 
breathing and merely one happy part of his happy day. 

Mr. Carpenter married, 1 May 1S62, Feronia X. Rice, daughter 
of Ezra and Luthera (Knowlton) Rice of Auburn, Mass., and a 



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descendant of Dea, Edmund 1 Rice of Sudbury, M 
ber husband, together vrith their ad son, Chariei Lincoln Car- 
penter, B.S. (Dartmouth, L887), C.E, (Dartmouth, is.s9), now 
civil engineer in Porto Rico, and their two daughters, Jane Brodie 
Carpenter of Andover and Miriam Peronia Carpenter, irho is in 
charge of the office of the Division of Education at Harvard Uni- 
versity. The oldest son. George Rice Carpenter, born in Labrador 
25 October 1S63, A.B. (Harvard, 1886), D.CX. \'ur. if the 

South, i ( .)07), a professor of English at the Massachu Institute 
of Technology and later at Columbia University, died in 19 

Their third son, William Bancroft Carpenter, A.B. (Harvard, 1890), 
A.M. (Harvard, 1891), a teacher in th> -ton Mechanics Art- 

High School, also died before his father. Three of Mr. Carpenter 9 ! 

grandsons were in the service of the United States in the Gn 

War — one in the Army and two in the Navy. 

• Col. Cranmokk Nesmitfi Wallace of Boston, a r at meml 
since 1S77. was horn at Braintree, Mass., 6 November L844, the 
son of William Vinson and Maria (Keen) Wallace, and died at 

Beverly, Mass. 2(3 August 1918. On the paternal side he was 

descended from Scotch-Irish ancestors, wh<> cam*' to America in 
1718, and on the maternal Bide be wta of English stock. Sis an- 
cestors fought in the Revolutionary War, a great-grandfather being 

a soldier at Hunker Hill and two great-grandfathers fighting in • 
Battle of Bennington. 

He was educated in the public schools of Braintree, and left 
school at the age of seventeen to enli-t afl B private in the Union 
Army (May 1862). He served in the Infantry in North Carolina, 
Maryland, and Virginia, reenlisting at the end of his term of serv; 
He became orderly sergeant, commanded a company for some 
months, and was commissioned by Governor Andrew of M 
chusetts as a lieutenant. He was honorably discharged from the 
United States service in November 1S64, and from the Bervi 

2 October 1865. 

He then entered upon his business career, becoming in W>"> a 
clerk for the Boston Flax Mills, the predecessor of the Ludlow 
Manufacturing Company and the Ludlow Manufacturing Asso- 
ciates. He retained his connection with this industry down to the 
time of his death, rising from one position to another until he me 

president of the Ludlow Manufacturing Associate i. In 1S65 the 
business was a small, st niggling enterprise. To-day it is a la:\ 
prosperous organisation. Then the company had one mill. To- 
day it has about a dozen mills, and it has established a model town 
at Ludlow, Mass., where its mills are located. 

Colonel Wallace in 1S75 was a representative in the Massac!. 
Legislature from Braintree, ami he served also in Braintn water 

commissioner and as a member of the School Committee. H 
at one time a trustee of the Massachusetts Homoeopathic Hospital 
and of the Massachusetts Soldiers 1 Home. He was a life member of 
the Bostonian Society, and belonged to the Society of the Army 



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of the Potomac, the Society of Sons of the American Revolution, 

and the (irand Army of the Republic. H<" was quartern 

oral of Massachusetts in 1889. At the Inauguration of President 

Roosevelt in 1905 lie served as a member t>\ the personal Btafl 

Gen. A. K. ChafTee. He was a Member of the Algonquin Club, 
the Exchange Club, the New Boston Riding Club, the Boston 

Athletic Association, and the Eastern Yacht Club, ami a vestry- 
man of Emmanuel Church, Boston. 

Colonel Wallace married first, 22 April 1873, Mary Ann Ave: 
daughter of John Candler Avery; and secondly, 12 December 
1882, Eunice Sprague, who survives him. 

Cf. Who's Who in New England. 191(5. p. 1 105. 

Chakles Morrill Baker, S.B., of Brookline, Mass., a life mem- 
ber of the New England Historic Genealogical Society for a short 
period only — he was elected to membership 1 May 191S, was born 
in Boston 27 March 1857, the son of Ezra Howes, Jr., and M 
Ann (Martyn) Baker, and died at Chapoquoit, Falmouth. Ma 
27 August 1918. His father was the son of Ezra Howes and Esther 
May (Hinckley) Baker, and was born at Barnstable. M lj Sep- 

tember 1833; his mother was the daughter of Henry and Mary 
Ann (Trescott) Martyn, and was born at Dorchester, Mass., 11 
April 1835. 

After graduating at the Dwight Grammar School and the English 
High School, both of Boston, Charles Morrill Baker entered the 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and received the degree of 
S.B. from that institution in 1878. 

After a few years in the office of Baker <fc Morrill he entered, on 
1 July 1SS4, the firm of Chase & Barstow, brokers, of Boston, of 
which he remained a member until his death. 

Ke was a resident of Brookline since 1887, and his life, except 
for occasional travelling in this country and Europe, was passed in 
and about Boston. He married, 26 October 1S80, Edith Clarke 
Dcmmon, who, with one son, Ezra Reuben Baker, born 26 March 
18S8, survives him. 

E. II. H. 

Albert Crane, A.B., LL.B., of Stamford, Conn., elected a 
resident member in 1S93 and made a life member in 1900. was born 
in New T York City 30 December 1S42, the son of Thomas and Cla- 
rissa Lawrence (Starkey) Crane, and died at Stamford 21 September 
1918. He was descended from Henry 1 and Tabitha Crane of Mil- 
ton, Mass., through Ebenezer 2 and Mary (Tolman), Thomas 3 and 
Deborah (Owen), Joseph 4 and Mary (Savil), Thomas 5 and Sarah 
(Baxter), and Thomas, 6 his father. His ancestors of the Crane 
name lived in Braintree and Quincy, Mass., from Ebenezer 2 to 
Thomas, 6 his father, who was of New York. His mother was born 
at Troy, N. H. 

He was educated at Mount Washington Collegiate Institute in 
New York City, at Tufts College, where he was graduated in 1863, 



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and ai Columbia University, ring there, in I 

of LL.B. He was Admitted to the bar in New Vork in l~ 
devoted his time to legal mat conn with tin- real i 

held by Ins family. 

-The Thomas Crane Library at Quincv. Mass., v. d in 

1882 by Albert Crane, Benjamin franklin Crane, Ins brother, and 

(heir mother, as a memorial to the lather ot tin- two mm; and 
Albert Crane gave to the ('rain- Theological School of Tn" I 

as a further memorial of his father, the sum of $100,000. !!• 
gave to the Thomas Crime Public Library at Quincy more land, 

and built, a large addition, costing nearly *S'_'< )<),()<)(). 'in 1910 1913 
he gave the money to purchase the site of the new hospital at 
Stamford. 

For seven years, from ism to 1 870, Mr. Crane served in tb 

York National Guard, in a company of which the late Henry ];. 

Howland was captain. He was a member i>t" the Bar Association 
of the City of New York, the New York State Bar Association, 
the New York Historical Society, the New Y<>rk Genealogical and 
Biographical Society, the American Geographical Society, the New 
England Society in the City of New York, the Union Club of N 
York ( Jity, the Society ot ( Jolonial Wars in t he State <>f ( Connecticut, 

and the corporation of the Stamford Hospital. 

He married first, 24 .January ISM, Ellen Mansfield Daviefl of 
Fishkill on Hudson, N. Y.. who died n.p. 5 January 1893, daughter 
of J. Mansfield and Martha M. (Brookes* Davie.-; ami secondly, 

in 1902, Fanny Starkey of Boston, who survives him. 

Bertha Augusta Raymond of Somerville. Mas-., a : at 

member since 191(5, was born at Somerville | August 1876, 
daughter of Herbert Winthrop and Clara Mehila (Whitnej 
mond, and died at Somerville 21 September 1918. she traced I 
descent from William 1 Raymond of Salem and Beverly, Ma 
through William, 2 Paul, 3 Paul, 4 a colonel in the Revolution, Jam* 

Clark, 1 ' Silas, 7 and Herbert Winthrop, 1 her father. On her mother's 
side she was a descendant of John 1 Whitney of Watertown, Mass., 

through Richard, 2 Moses, 1 Jonas. ; Salmon.'' Nathan.' 3 Nathan, 7 and 
Clara Mehila, 8 her mother. 

She was educated in the public schools of Somerville and at the 
Emerson School of Oratory in Boston, and entered th - imerville 
High School as a teacher in 1900. For ten years sin 4 was in cha: 

of the Department of Elocution in that school, and mark- 

ably successful in her chosen profession. 

A brother, Loring Hay Raymond, M.D. (Harvard. 1'.' G , of 
Somerville, survives her. 

Charles Nutt, A.B., of Worcester, Mass., a resident member 
since 1902. was born at Natic 1 :. Mass., 26 September L868, the son 
of Col. William and Abigail Prentice (Puffer) Nutt, and died at 
Worcester 2G September 19 IS. He was sixth in descent from William 
Nutt of Nut field (Londonderry), N. II., in 1719. 



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and at Columbia University, receiving there, in I 

of LL.B. He was admitted to the bar in New York in 18< md 

devoted his time to legal mat ed with tl 

held by his family. 

-The Thomai Crane library at Quincv, Ma — ., \va i d in 

1882 by Albert Crane, Benjamin Franklin Crane, his brother, and 
tlieir mother, as a memorial to tin- father >>' the two men; .'md 
Albert ( 'rane gave to the < !rane Theological School of Tui 

as a further memorial of his father, the Mini of $100,000. Hi 
gave U) the Thomas Crane Public Library at Quincy more land. 

and built a large addition, costing nearly S'joo,ooo. In L910 1913 
he gave the money to purchase the site of the new hospital at 
Stamford. 

For seven years, from is<>:$ to L870, Mr. Crane served in the N 

York National Guard, in a company of which the late Henry 1 ■]. 

Howland was captain. H<- was a member of the Bar Association 

of the City of New York, the New York State liar Association, 

the New York Historical Society, the New York Genealogical and 

Biographical Society, the American Geographical Society, the New 
England Society in the City of New York, the Union Club of N 

York ( 'ity, the Society of ( 'olonial Wars m t he State of ( SonnectlCUt, 

and the corporation of the Stamford Hospital. 

lie married first, 24 January issi, Kllcn Mansfield Daviea of 
Fishkill on Hudson, N. Y., who died t.p. 5 January 1893, daughter 
of .J. Mansfield and Martha M. (Brookes) Da vies; and a Uy, 

in 1902, Fanny Starkey of Boston, who survives him. 

Bertha Augusta Raymond of Somerville, Mas-., a n I at 
member since 191(3, was born at Somerville I August 1876, die 

daughter of Herbert Winthrop and Clara Mehila (Whitney) Ray- 
mond, and died at Somerville 2] September 1918, She traced her 
descent from William 1 Raymond of Salem and Beverly, M.. 
through William, 2 Paul, 1 Paul. 1 a colonel in the Revolution. .Ian,.-. 
Clark, 6 Silas, 7 and Herbert Winthrop, 1 her father. On her mother's 
side she was a descendant of John 1 Whitney of Watertown. Mass., 
through Richard, 2 Moses,' Jonas. 5 Salmon, 5 Nathan, 6 Nathan. 7 ami 
Clara Mehila." her mother. 

She was educated in the public schools of Somerville and at the 
Emerson School of Oratory in Boston, and entered the Somerville 
High School as a teacher in L900. For ten years she was in charge 
of the Department of Elocution in that school, and was remark- 
ably successful in her chosen profession. 

A brother, Loring Hay Raymond, M.D. (Harvard, 1903), of 
Somerville, survives her. 

Charles Nutt, A.B., of Worcester, Mass., a resident member 
since 1902, was born at Natiok, Mass., 2< ember 1868, the son 

of Col. William and Abigail Prentice (Puller) Nutt, and died at 
Worcester 26 September 1918. He was sixth in descent from William 
Nutt of Nutfield (Londonderry), N. II., in 1719. 



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He was educated in the public schools of Natick, I riedic- 

torian of his class In the High School (1886 . .- 1 r i * 1 was graduated, 
magna rum lattde, at Harvard Univi in ls'.K). 

While in school and college Mr. Xutt did n< tper work for 
the Natick Bulletin, Naiick Citizen, and Boston Even • ■; Record. 
In 1890 he became a reporter on the staff of the Worcester Daily 
Spy, in 1891 he founded The Paragraph, a reform newspaper, 
New Rochelle, N. Y., and later be became the owner of Th Sfiunav 
oneck Paragraph. In connection with these two newspaper! he 
carried on also ;i printing business. He sold the two papers in 1900. 
Id 1899 he purchased the Worcester Spy and conducted it until 

1004, when it passed out of his hands and wi USpended, itl plant 
having been destroyed by fire on 21 May l'.IO'J, a calamity that 
was disastrous to the business. 

After relinquishing newspaper work Mr. Xutt devoted his time 

to historical and genealogical research and writing. He wrote many 
sketches for the Lewis Publishing Company of New York. Among 
his recent writings may be mentioned a history of the First Massa- 
chusetts Heavy Artillery, which had been begun by the late Hon. 
Alfred S. Roe, a history of the Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, 
and a history of Worcester, the copy for which was almost ready 
for the printer. 

Mr. Nutt was for many years active in politics, and was a di 
gate to various Republican conventions in New York State, including 
the State convention which nominated Theodore Roosevelt for the 
governorship in 1898. During the presidential campaign of 1904 

he was in charge of the Speakers' Bureau of the Massachusetts 
Republican State Committee. In 1912 he joined the Proim 
Party, and in that year and the Succeeding year was an unsuccessful 

candidate for representative to the Legislature from Ward 10, 

Worcester. 

He was a member of the Massachusetts Society of Sons of the 
American Revolution, the Worcester Society of Antiquity, and 

various Masonic organizations, and in college was a member of 
the Pierian Sodality. 

He married first, at Natick, 26 August 1S91, Ada Sophia Robin- 
son, who died 17 November \\H)\\ daughter of Walter Hillings and 
Ella Maria (Rullard) Robinson; and secondly, 28 November 1911, 
Lucia Janet Morrill, who survives him. together with his five chil- 
dren by his first wife, Isabel Ella, Harold. Arthur, Dorothy May, 
and Charles Stanley, and one child, Ruth, by his second wife. All 
of his sons have been connected with some form of war service, and 
his daughter, Isabel Ella, has been engaged in Red Cross work. 

Frank Bulkklkv Smith, A.M., of Worcester. M a resident 

member since 1910, was born at Worcester 25 August 1864, the son 
of Charles Worcester and Josephine Caroline (Lord) Smith, and 
died at Worcester IS October 1918. 

He was graduated at Harvard University in 1886, and in 1888 
received from his alma mater the degree o\ A.M. In 1SS7-SS he 



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studied in the Harvard Law School, and 1889 'JO Ik- PTS1 in the law 

office <»f Hopkins it Bacon <»f Worcester, and later, from 
1900, he was a member of this firm. In 1900 1902 be nrai in a i 
partnership under the name of Hopkins, Smith «v Hopkini Ifter 

the death of (Colonel Hopkins the firm name was changed to Sim 
( '.a.L^e A: I> r. In the COUTSe of QUI law practice Mr- Smith p 

made executor and trustee of the estate of HoratlO N. Slater of 

Webster, Mass., and consequently became active in the affairs of 

the Slater Mills in Webster. After retiring ind t: 

of the Slater estate, Mr. Smith devoted practically all of bifl time 
to manufacturing interests, principally with the New England C 

ton Yarn ( Jompany. 

He was a member of the Union Club, the St. Botolph Club, 
and the University Club of Boston, and of several \\ 
clubs. 

He married at Worcester, 5 .bine 1890, Nancy Hi leer Barle, 
who died in April 1918. Four children survive him: Lieut. Hulk' 
Smith, A.B. (Harvard, 1913), of the U. S. Infant; irie Smith, 

of the U. S. Tank Service — both have been with the American 
Expeditionary Forces in France, Nancy Earle Smith, and Frank 

Grosvenor Smith. His second son, Willard Smith. \.\'>. (Harvard, 

1914), a captain in the Ninth U. S. Infantry, was killed m action 
in France, in the attack on the St. Mihiel salient, L2 September 1918. 

James Mellen Gleasox of Boston, a life member since 190 
was born at Wardsboro, Vt., G October 1833, the son of Josiafa and 
Susan Heat! (Morse) Gleason, and died, unmarried, in Boston 1"» 
October 1918. He traced his descent from Thomas 1 Gleason of 
W'atertown, Mass., through Joseph. 2 Joseph, 1 Phin< Benjamin, 1 
Josiah,' and Josiah, 7 bis father. 

He was educated in public and private schools, at the Spring- 
field (Vt.) Wesleyan Seminary, and at French's Commercial Col!' 
in Boston. He taught in the public schools, 1852 1854, and from 
185G to 18G3 was a bookkeeper in Boston. Afterwards be was a 
hotel proprietor, and then, in 1S70, became cashier <,:' the John 
Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston. This po«B 
tion he filled until 1894, when he was made treasurer of the Com- 
pany, and retired in 1912. 

He was prominently identified with the Masonic fraternity, and 
was a member of the Boston Art Club, the Appalachian Mountain 
Club, the Bostonian Society, the Young Men's Christian Union. 
the Middlesex Club, the Home Market Club, and the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Company, an honorary member of the Verm 
Veterans' Association of Boston, and an associate m r of the 

Grand Army of the Republic. In politics he was a Republican. 

John Osborne Austin" of Providence, R. I., a corresponds g 
member since 191G, was born at Providence 28 December I s 
the son of Samuel and Elizabeth Hanson (Osborne) Austin, and 
died at Providence 27 October 101S. He traced his descent from 



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Robert 1 Austin of Kingstown, II. I., through Jeremiah, 1 i: 
Jeremiah, 4 Jeremiah, 1 Joseph, 1 and Samuel, 1 fus fathi 
He was educated in the public schools of Providence an 

I'nion Hall School in that city, of which his father v. principal. 

From 1866 until 1883 he was in the wool business. \ u • ;i ,-j, 

and afterwards on his own account, hut laid aside busiin 

for the pleasures of travel in Europe and South . • m 1872 and 

1873. in 1883 he turned to genealogical ami literary work, lu> 
occupation for the remainder of his life. 

He compiled and published "The Genealogical Dictionary of 

Rhode Island," 1&S7, ''Ancestry of Thirty-Three Rhode [alandei 

1889, "The Ancestral Dictionary," 1891, "One Hundred and Sixty 
Allied Families," ISM, and "American Author.-' Aii<«- try," L915. 
He issued also a volume of selections from the writings <>:" R 
Williams, under the title "The Roger Williams Calendar/ 1 L897, 

and "The Journal of William Je(Teray. ( lent leman." L899, "M( 

Seven Club Tales," 1900, "Philip and Philippa, a Gem ical 

Romance," 1901, "A Week's Wooing," 1902, a memorial volu 

of stories, dedicated to his wife, 1916, and "Impressions am i I Leflecl ions 

of Sixty Years," L917. 

He was a life member of the Rhode Island Historical S 

and, in addition to the journeys already mentioned, made mai 
other trips to Europe and to various parts of the United S 

Canada, visiting also the Society Islands and New Zealand. 

He married, 24 June 1878, Helen Augusta Whitaker, who di 
4 April 1910, daughter of William and Bmma Louise Bark 
Whitaker of Providence. His two children survive him: Roi imon ! 
Whitaker Austin and Richard Sisson Austin, M.D., Firs; Lieutenant, 

.Medical Corps, U. S. A. 

Rev. Frederic William Bailey, B.D., of Woro a 

resident member since 1S99, was horn at Brooklyn, X. Y.. 31 Janu- 
ary 185S, the son of William Egbert and .lane (Sharpe) Bi 
and died at Worcester 30 October 1918. He kneed his d« 
from Benoni Bailey, born in 1697, through Samuel o\ Danbury, 
Conn., Ebenezer of Bethel, Conn., Noah Starr of Bethel, and Willi 
Egbert of Norwalk, Conn., his father. 

He was educated in the public schools of Brooklyn and 
Lawrence University, Canton, X. Y., where he received in 1S7S 
the degree of B.D. He also studied at the Boston School of ( Oratory. 

He was ordained to the Universalis! ministry at Olcott, X. N . 
in 1S79, and served in that denomination at East Jaffrey, X. II.. 
at Hightstown, N. J., and at All Souls' Church at Worcester until 
18S9, when he left the Universalis*, Church and. after ■ 
course in the General Theological Seminary in New York. 188 I 
was ordained a deacon in the Protestant Episcopal Church in 188 I 
and a priest in 1890. He was for a time a missionary at St. Paul's 
Church in Xatick and at St. Andrew's Church in Wellesley, M 
In 1S91-92 he served as assistant rector at All Saints' Church in 
Worcester, and was rector of the Church of the Ascension, X'cw 



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Haven, Conn., in I Failing health compelled him t<> resign 

this charge, although several yean later he resumed to ioom extent 
work as a clergyman, being a mi ■• Chri I Church, Roch- 

dale, and Grace ('lunch, Oxford, Ms . 1901 1905, and establi 
Lag Holy Trinity Church at Southbridge, Mai . in 1906. Hi 
attention, however, was directed chiefly to geneal and to the 
preservation of Connecticut church records, and he was the official 
copyist of parochial archives in Connecticut, secretary of the P 
inanmt Commission of Parochial Archives in the Diocese 4 Con- 
necticut, and manager of the Bureau of American Ancestry. 

He was editor and publisher of "Early Connecticut Marri 
and "Early Massachusetts Marriagi in ral parts, and pub- 
lished and patented a hook for recording ancestry known ss "Baile 
Photo-Ancestral Record." 

He was a member of the Connecticut Historical Society, the 

New Haven Colony Historical Society, and the Society of Sons 
of the American Revolution. 

He married, 11 January 1891, Lena Olive Marble, who died s 

April 1918, daughter of Jerome and Susan (Blanchard), Marble of 

Worcester. The following children survive him: Nellie May, I ■ raii'-is 

Howarth, John Marble, and Frederic Stair. 

Babsox Savilian* Ladd, A.B., of Boston, a resident men: 
since 188S, was horn at Cambridge, Mass., 6 September is is, ■ 
son of John Savilian and Mary Ann (Butler) Ladd, and died in 
Boston 3 November 1918. He was a descendant of Daniel 1 Ladd 
of Ipswich, Mass., through Nathaniel, 1 Nathaniel, 3 Daniel, 4 Na- 
thaniel, 5 Dr. John, 6 and John Savilian, 7 his father. 

He was educated in the public schools of Cambridge, ento 
Harvard College in 1866, and was graduated there with the < la — 
of 1870. 

From 17 January 1S70 until the summer of 1872 he taught in 
the Worcester (Mass.) High School. He then returned t«> Cam- 
bridge and studied Jaw in Boston in the office of Lathrop, Abbot & 
Jones (subsequently Abbot & Jones) and, for a few months (187.3-1 . 
at the Harvard Law School. He was admitted to the bar in Boston 
27 March lS7f>. and practised his profession in I a from Janu- 

ary 187G on, being from October 1883 until March 1887 in part- 
nership with James Kussell Carrot, A.B. (Harvard, L867), A.M. 
(Harvard, 1871). 

From May 1SS1 until September 1883 he travelled with his family 
in Europe 1 . 

He married, 10 November 1S78, Ella Cora Brooks, daughter of 
John Wood Brooks of Milton. Mass.. who survives him. together 
with three children, Alice. Amelia, and John Wood Brooks Ladd, 
A.B. (Harvard, 1911). 

Hox. Andrew Dickson White, M.A.. Ph.D.. L.H.D.. LL.D., 
D.C.L., of Ithaca, N. V.. an honorary member since 1891, was born 
at Homer, N. Y.. 7 November 1832, the -on of Horace and Clara 



MI.MuIKS 1X1 

(Dickson) White, and died at Ithaca i November 1918. A tradi- 
tion that he was descended from Peregrine White of the V 

he never took pains to verify; hut his grand] 

in New York 4 , were from Massachu etl Km White from M' 

and Andrew Dickson from Middlefield. 

lie was prepared for college at the Cortland (N. Y.) Academy, 
and first entered Hobarl College, but in 1851 joined the dan of 
1853 at Yale, receiving the degree of B.A. there in is:,:; and • 
degree of M.A. in l xr>i ». At Yale he was awarded some of the high 

scholastic honors. He studied at the Sorbonne, the College de 
Prance, and the University of Berlin in 1S">:', .", I, arid then \\> 

to St. Petersburg aa an attache of the United States Legation, hold- 
ing this post at the time of the Crimean War, 1V>1 :,.",. In ls.",7. 
after a year of graduate study at Yale, he became professor of li 
tory and English Literature in the University of Michigan* Be 

resigned this position in 1863, retaining, however, a lectureship 
in History there for the next four years, and took up his reside: 
in Syracuse, N. Y. He was a member of the New York Senv 
1SG3 07, and while serving as chairman of the Committee on Edu- 
cation became interested in the establishment of Cornell Univer- 
sity. He contributed personally $300,000 to its original cost, gave 
later additional sums, and in 18S7 founded there the School of 
History and Political Science, which bears his name, giving to it 
his historical library of over 40,000 volumes. He was the first 
president of Cornell University, holding this office fror 
1885 and proving himself one of the leaders in the movement for 
liberalising and broadening college education in the United 
States. 

In politics and in posts of public trust he served faithfully his 
party and his country. He was president of the Republican State 
convention in New York in 1871, a delegate to the Republican 
national conventions of 1872 and 18S4, United State- commissioner 
to Santo Domingo in 1871, and a presidential elector in 1^72. From 
187 ( .) to 1SS1, while on leave of absence from his duties at the Uni- 
versity, he was minister plenipotentiary to Germany, and from 
1892 to 1894 he was minister plenipotentiary to Russia, lb' served 
on the Venezuela Boundary Commission in 1S96-97, and President 
McKinlcv sen! him as ambassador to German v, where he remained 
from 1897 to 1902. In 1S99 he was president of the American dele- 
gation to the first Hague Peace Conference. 

He was a trustee of Hobart College. 1S66-1S77, Cornell Uni- 
versity, from 1865 to 18S5 and from 1887 on, the Carnegie Institu- 
tion for Research, and the Carnegie Peace Endowment, and a 
regent of the Smithsonian Institution. He was an officer of the 
Legion of Honor, received the Royal Gold Medal of Prussia for 
Arts and Sciences (1902). was an honorary member of the Royal 
Academy of Sciences in Berlin, the first president of the American 
Historical Association (1SS4-85), a member of the Massachusetts 
Historical Society and of the American Academy of Arts and Let- 
ters, president of the American Social Science Association and of 



lxii N. K. HISTORIC 01 >C1I i I 

(Ik? American Philosophical Society, and a meml ■:" many other 

societies in the United States and in foreign >i in tries. 

He was tin* recipient of numerous honoran that 

LL.D. from the University of Michigan (1867), Cornell Univ< 
(1886), Yale (1888), the University of St Andn : I 2), Joh 
Hopkins University (1902), Dartmouth College . and Hobart 

College (1911), that of L.H.D. from Columbia University 18$ 
that of Ph.D. from the University of Jena (1889), and that of D.i J.L. 

from the University of Oxford (1902). 

His published writings are numerous, and relate especially to 

educational and historical subjects. A mom: them may be in 

tioned "Battlefields of Science," 1876, "A History of the Warfare 

of Science with Theology in Christendom," 1895 1897, "The War- 
fare of Humanity with Unreason, including Bssays on Sarpi, Groti 
Thomasius, Turgot and Cavour," published in the Atlantic Monthly 
in 1903-1907 and revised and published in 1911. with additional 
chapters on "Stein" and "Bismarck," under the title of "Seven 
(treat Statesmen in the Warfare of Humanity with Uni tt." 

Some of these books have been translated into various European 
languages. His autobiography! published in 1905, Is :i most valu- 
able and interesting work. 

He was a member of the Union League and Century Clubfl of 

Xew York City and of the Cosmos Club of Washington, I). 

He married first, in September 1S57, Mary A. Out water of Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., who died in 1SS7; and secondly, in 1890, Belen Manill. 
who survives him, daughter of Dr. I'M ward Hick- MagilL 

Samuel Swett Greek, A.M., of Worcester, Mass., elected a 

resident member in 1890 and made a life member in 1891, was b 
at Worcester 20 February 1837, the son of James and Elizabeth 
(Swett) Green, and died at Worcester S December 1918, Be 
a descendant of Thomas 1 Green, who was at Maiden. Mass.. about 

the middle of the seventeenth century, through Thomas- of Maid 

Capt. Samuel 3 of Maiden and Leicester, Mass., Rev. Thomas 4 of 
Leicester, Dr. John 5 of Worcester, Dr. John'' of Wort . and 

James 7 of Worcester, his father. 

Pie was prepared for college in private schools in Worcester and 
in the public schools of that city, graduating at the Worcester High 
School in 1S54. He then entered Harvard College, where he rcciv 

the degree of A.B. in 18-5S. Ill health compelled him to abstain 

from further study at that time, and in 1S.V.) he made a sea v 
in the bark Rau Horse to Smyrna and Constantinople and back. 
In September 1S6T he returned to the Harvard Divinity - ool, 
where he had already spent a month or two in the autumn of I s 
and was graduated in 1864, the University at that time not con- 
ferring degrees on the completion of the course in the Divinity 
School. In 1S70, however, lie received the & of A.M. from Har- 

vard, and in 1S77 he was elected an honorary member of the Har- 
vard chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity. 

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preaching, and in December 1864 became a b in the M 

chanics Hank in Worcester. On 15 August im>."> Ik- w :>poir;' 
teller in the Worcester National Bank, and 1 1«-!< 1 this position in 
22 May 1808, when he resigned. 

On 1 January 1867 he had been elected a director of the V. 
Free Public Library, of which Ins uncle, Dr. John Green of \\ 
ter, had laid the foundation in 1859 by liberal gifts of booki and 

money, and on 15 January 1^71 he was chosen librarian of thii in- 
stitution, and held this position until 12 January 19 I I when 
was made librarian emeritus. In the duties of librarian he found 

his life work. Under his management the Worcester FVse Public 

Library gained recognition aa one of the foremost and most pro^' 

sive libraries in the land. He strove to make it not merely a 
receptacle for books and a workshop for students, but a place wl. 
any person might obtain information and help oa any quest: 

In October 1876, at a conference of librarians in Philadelphia, wh 
the American Library Association was formed, hi 1 a paper 

urging closer personal relations between librarians and reader 
describing the course that had been followed in Wop fur » 

era! years. This paper made a profound impression, and Mr. < Si 

recommendations were adopted in many libraries in the country. 

The methods of the Worcester Library were studied in foreign Ian 

attention was called to them in an official report of the authorit 
of the Department of the Seine, in France, the department in which 
Paris is situated, and in 1896 the librarian of the University <»:' Kiel, 
in German}', advocated tin 4 introduction into Germany of public 
libraries of the Worcester type* 

Mr. Green was one of the founders of the American Library 
Association, serving it as vice-president and president, he was 
member of the American Library Institute, formed in 1 in- 

posed of the most distinguished librarians in the United Stat 

he was a founder and first vice-president of the Massachll 

Library Club, a delegate from the American Library Ass 

to the International Congress of Librarians held at London in 1^77. 
he presided over the World's Congress of Librarians at Chid 
in 1893, and was vice-president of the International Cot.. of 

Librarians at London in 1897. In July 1S7S he was elected an hon- 
orary fellow of the Library Association of the United Kingdom. 

In 1S90 he was appointed by Governor Bracket t of Massachusetts 
as one of the original members of the Hoard of Free Public Library 

Commissioners, for the term of four years, and in 1894, 1899 nil 
1904 was reappointed for three successive terms of tiv 
He was a member of the committee appointed by the Hoard of 
Overseers of Harvard University to visit the University Library. 
and served on a similar committee to visit the Boston Public Li- 
brary. His addresses and published writings on library topics are 
numerous. 

In addition to the various library organizations with which Mr. 
Green was connected, he was a member of many societies and clubs, 
among them the Royal Historical Society of Great Britain, the 



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American Antiquarian S by, the American Historical Association, 
the American Social \ the Colonial 

Massachusetts, the Wisconsin Historical Society (of which he 
:i corre ponding member), the Society of Mayflower Descendani 
the Old Planters' Society, thi - if Colonial War.-, the 

of Descendants of Colonial Governors, th A the 

Revolution, the Bunker Hill Monument Association, the Univi 
(Mill) of Boston, the Harvard Club of Worcester, the Woro 
Art Society, and several other local organisations in his home city. 

Mr. Green never married. His nearest Surviving relatives I 

his two brothers, John, who received from Harvard the decrees of 
A.B. (1855), S.B. (1856), A.M. (1859), M.I). (1866 . from Wash- 
ington University, St. Louis, Mo., the degree of Id. I). 1905 . and 

from the University of Missouri th- . pree of Id. 1). (1906 . ind 

who resides in St. Louis, and James, who received from Harvard 

the degreesof A.B. (18G2), LL.B. (1864), and A.M. 1 1865), and wl 

is a well-known lawyer of Worcester. 

Col. Rutherford Trowbridge of New Haven, Conn., a n 
dent member since 191b. was horn at New Haven l December 1851, 
the son of Thomas Rutherford and Caroline Hoadley) TVow- 
bridge, and died at New Haven IS December L918. He came of 

old New England stock, his ancestors l)eiiiL r among the earli< 

settlers of the Xew Haven Colony. Thomas 1 Trowbridge w 
Taunton-, co. Somerset, England, and was later in business in Exeb 
co. Devon, England. He and his wife and two of his sons are found 

at Dorchester, Mass., perhaps as early as 1636, and he was aft 
wards of New Haven, whither he probably moved hia household in 

1638. He soon returned to England, and died at Taunton 7 1 •• 
ruary 1672/3. He had left three sons in New Haven, in the • of 

Henry (iibbons, and they were later placed by the authorities in 
the care of Sergeant Thomas Jeffrey. From the eldest of thi 
sons, Thomas,-' whose first wife WBS Sarah Rutherford, daughter 
of Henry and Sarah Rutherford, Col. Rutherford Trowbridge \ 
descended, through Thomas/ Capt. Daniel, 4 Rutherford, 6 Hen! 
and Thomas Rutherford, 7 his father. This whole line of ancestors. 
from Thomas 1 on, resided in New Haven. 

Rutherford Trowbridge received his early education at the school 
of Stiles French in New Haven, with the intention of entering Yale 
College: but in 1868 he left school and took a position with the 
firm of H . Trowbridge's Sons, of which his father was senior member. 
He spent several years with the West India branch of the hoi: 
in the island of Barbados, and then entered the main office of the 
firm in Xew Haven. In 1S85 he was admitted to full partnership, 
and remained a member of the firm until it was dissolved by mutual 
consent in 1891. 

After his retirement from Che West India business Colonel Trow- 
bridge was occupied with the care of numerous family trusts and 
with the management of a number o\ corporations in which h- 
interested. He took also a prominent part in local politics, serving 



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in issi as colonel on the staff of Governor Bigelow, in 1884 and l v 
as a member of the City Council, and from time to time on peroral 
important committees, l"»'l» municipal and State. At the Republi- 
can State convention of L904 he was nominated a- i candidate for 
presidential elector-at-large, and in the election thai followed i ..-d 
the largest number of votes cast for any candidate for elector. 

lie was always much interested in the welfare of his native city, 
and was a Liberal contributor to its public and private eharitii 

His kindness exceeded even his generosity, for the one hound- 

less, while the other was neosssarily limited, in L889, m memory 
of his father, he established the Thomas K. Trowbridge Course 
Lectures on Architecture in the Yale School of the Fine Arte. The 

memorial window in the ('enter Church, illustrating the arrival of 
the first English settlers at New Haven, was placed there by him 
as another tribute to his father's memory. He founded, a> a D 
morial to his only son, Rutherford, who died in 1906 in his eleventh 
year, the Rutherford Institute in the Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation in New Haven, for the purpose of giving a technical education 

to poor hoys. He established also in New Haven, in memory of 

his son, the Rutherford Trowbridge, Jr., Scholarship in the Hopk 

( rrammar School. 

In New Haven Colonel Trowbridge was a member of the Quinni- 

piack Club, the Yale Archaeological Society, the Connecticut Acad- 
emy of Arts and Science, and the New Haven Colony Historical 
Society. He was also a member of the Union League Club and the 
Metropolitan Art Museum in New York City, the Connecticut 
Society of Sons of the American Revolution, and an I it»- 

member of the New Hampshire Society of the Cincinnati. He Bp 
many summers at Stockblidge, Ma.— . He united with the I , 
Church in New Haven in 1879, and in 1896 took a letter to Trinity 
Church in that city, of which he was a vestryman at the time of 

his death. 

Colonel Trowbridge married first, at New Haven, 5 October 1882, 
Alice Maude Anderson, daughter of John Charles and Mary 

(Beecher) Anderson; and secondly, at Ansonia, Conn., S January 

1891, May Wells Farrel, daughter of Franklin and Julia Lockwood 
(Smith) Farrel of Ansonia, who survives him, with two daughtc 
Elsie Rutherford by his first wife, and Caroline Rachel by his second 
wife. 

Cf. The Trowbridge Genealogy, by KrancU liacoa Trowbridge, New Haven. 190S. 

Mrs. Laura Lucrltia (Williams) Case of Boston, a life mem- 
ber since 1907, widow of James Brown Case, died at her winter 
home, 468 Beacon Street, Boston, on 24 December 1918, in her 
eighty-fiixth year. She was the daughter of Moses Williams, an 
eminent Boston merchant and a member of the Williams family 
that descended from Robert Williams, the immigrant of 1037 — a 
family that tilled a large place for many generations in the life of 
old-time Koxbury and West Roxhury. 

Mrs. Case was born 7 September 1S33 in her father's house on 



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Centre Street in Jamaica Plain, and irai married 20 i >-r l s."> t , 
her wedding being the first one to be solemnised in ti 

Unitarian church in the centre of the plan*. Mr. i had oome 

originally from Providence, H. I., to Boston, where lie became a suc- 
cessful wholesale dry-goods merchant and late in life president of the 

old National Bank of Redemption as well a- of its sucei-aeOT, the 
present First National Bank. 

Their winter home was always in I >n — for many y. r L20 

Commonwealth Avenue and latterly in the handsome house which 
they had built on Beacon Street, overlooking Charles River, where 
Mrs. Case died. But it is with the town of Weston that the family 
is most associated, going there first in L863 and passing Ion- 
there ever since, when not travelling in foreign count r; There 
Mrs. Case took a deep interest in the Unitarian ( ihurch, the Library, 
and the welfare of the people — in fact, all good impulses in the to 
met a kindly response from her. Here her friends, both old and young 
and of all degrees, enjoyed the hospitality of her beautiful country 
home, and many are the people she has made happy with flow 
and wonderful bunches of grapes from her greenhoilBt 

This quiet, gentle, old-fashioned lady gave such a natural, cordial 
welcome that everyone responded, and her interest in the younger 
members of her family was so, keen that even the children appre- 
ciated it, and this in turn kept her spirits fresh and youthful. The 
large gathering of friends that nearly filled Arlington Street Church 
for her funeral services bore silent but impressive testimony to 1 
love and esteem in which she was held. Her charities were exten- 
sive, though never ostentatious, and always made with a shrewd 
realization of the worth and fitness of the recipient. Her great in- 
terests were the various charities of the Unitarian Church, the 
cottage hospitals at Baldwinsvillc, the academy at Proctor. X. 11., 
and the various Southern schools. She was active in the direction 
of several of these, and only a few weeks before her death had the 
meeting of one of these boards at her house. Her interest in her 
sterling New r England ancestry induced her to join this Society 
and to make a generous gift towards the cost of the new building. 
She leaves three daughters, Caroline, widow of James G. Free- 
man, Louise W. Case, and Marian R. Case. 

II. W. C. 



A memoir of William Richard Cutter may be found in the 
Register of January 1919. 

It is expected that memoirs of Louis Atwood Cook and Samuel 
Abbott Green will appear in future numbers of the Register. 



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INDEX OF MEMOIRS 



Austin, John Osborne .... lviii 

Bailey, Frederic William . . . Ill 

Baker, Charles Morrill . . . lv 
Bigelow, Nancy Jewett 

(Wilder) xlvi 

Breek, Samuel xli 

Brings, Anthony TarbdX . . . xlix 

( 'arpenter, Charles Carroll . . lii 

Cary, George Lovell .... xxx 
Case, Laura Lucretia 

(Williams) lxv 

Chamberlin, George Mont- 
gomery xxxiv 

Chase, William Martin . . . xxxix 

Cox, Edwin Birchard .... xlii 

Crane, Albert lv 

Doane, Alfred Alder . . . . xl 

Dunning, Sarah Lilly (Potter) xlv 

Endicott, Frederic xliii 

Flanders, Henry xxx 

Gay, Julius xlvii 

Gleason, James Mellen . . . lviii 

Green, Samuel Swett .... lxii 



Hayd<-n, Horace Edwin . . . xxxiv 

Eloyt, Francis Southack . . . xxxi 

Kennedy, (',,-,, rgc Golding . . xlv 

Ladd, BabsOD Savilian . . . lx 

Lewi b, Sarah Borden Durfee . xxxiii 

Nutt, Chaiiai hri 

Backard, Edward Newman . xxxii 

Peat, Stephen Dcnison . . . xxxii 

Pope, Charles Henry . . . . xl 

Brince, Lillian (Chickering) . xxxvi 

Raymond, Bertha Augusta . . lvi 

Salisbury, Evelyn (MacCurdy) xxxvi 

Saville, Huntington . . . . li 

Shuman, Abraham xlix 

Smith, Frank Bulkcley . . . Ivii 

Sprague, .John Hobart .... xlviii 

Sturgis. Roger Paxton .... xlii 

Trowbridge, Rutherford . . . bdf 

Walker, May Cynthia . . . xxxviii 

Wallace, Cranmore Nesmith . liv 

White, Andrew Dickson . . . lx 

Whitney, Arthur Eastman . . xxxvii 

Wright, Henry Parks .... xliii 



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CHARTKk and kxaijuxc acts 



An \> t 1. 1 Incorporate the .'«'■» Engl ind Hietori 

/;. i? smm ltd ••/,• 

tint/iorih, of !>,• . • Hot 

Si. i l. i J. Wingata Thorn! . I wph R iil.ir.l. their »- rmmm 

mi- hereby made a aorporetlon, by tin- aai f tin- .. .^ ri^i.m.i Motoric Gem 

for tin 1 purpose nf collecting, pre trying, tod occasionally publishing. . gical ami I 

ni'tttrr. relating i., , ,:!y N'.-w England families, and for (■ ilirthmeut and 

ii cabinet; mid for tlu-m' i>ui;. u tl ilie powers end privileges, and. b i all 

the diiti--. requiremeatt and liabilitiee, act forth la tin- I f tin- i:.\i*cd 

Btat it* 

■ t - The mid aorporatlon nay bold and possess real and iicrsonal eatatc. to an l 
not exceeding twenty thousand dollars. 

1. 1 j<i>>, ■■.■■( I,u li„- (,',,!, i hit, March IS, I84&A 

Acts and ResoffSfl of tin '• ■■■ ..' ' I ■•' "/ M usachuatUt, 184-5, ch'i;->>r 152. 



An Act to enable the New England Uistoric-Geni dogical Society to hold an ual amoun 

of prope r ty. 

Ii? it merfrrf. ate., as /oBou*.' i 

BacnoM l. The New Kngland Hietoric-Genca logical Bocaety may take, by purcha*e. . 
grunt or otherwiae, and bold, real and peraonal aetata aot cxooodii . hundred Ihmitand 

tare, to addition to the amount .rith >i i.'«-d i>y the second teetioo of abaptei 

lifty-two of the acts of the year one thousand eight hundred and f.rty-: 
SaCTIOM 2. Thifl aet shall take ctTecl upon its psm . 

Approve ! A;.nl l, 11 - 
Arts and Besefset, 1963, chapter 100. 



An Act to enable tin New England Historic-Genealogical Society to hold additional red und 

onal property. 

Be it enacted, etc., OS fotL m$i 

BacnoM l. The New. England Hiatorio-Genealogical Society may take by beqneet, sift, grant, 
or otherwi a, and hold, real and poreonal estate not exceeding two hundred thousar. 

value in addition to the amount authorized by eoetioB two of chapter one hundred and fifty 
of the arts of the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-five, nnd by section 
one hundred of the acts of the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and ■ • 
of the value of ull books, papers, pictures and statuary now owned, or which may be 
acquired by said society. 

St'CTlON 2. This act shall take effect upon its pas- . 

Appro >'. 1S88. 

.!..'.< and Rcsafest, 1888, chapter 887. 

An Act to enable women to become members of the New Kngland Historic Gcncalocieal Society. 

Be \t enacted, etc., a.i folloics: 

The New Enpland Historic Genealogical Society, a corporation organized \inder the laws of 

this Commonwealth, may admit women to neemberahip, subject to such restrictions as the 

laws of taid corporation may from time to time Imp 

Approved April 10. 1? 
A it aad Ksealsw, 1S'J7, chapter 275. 

The following is from the Revised Laus of 1808, Corporation Act.*, chapter 125, teetio* 8: 

Any corporation organized under general or special laws for any of tl. >*es mentioned 

in section two (educational, charitable, antiquarian, historical, literary, eoioatafm, etc | . . 

hold real and peraonal estate to an amount not exceeding one million five hundred thousand 
dollars. 



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INDEX OF PUkSOXS 



Note. — Roman numeral* r<f-r t<< the pages of the Supplen.< 



Ahhigell srr Abigail 

ABBOTT Aaron xl 
Dello E. 40 
Ellen Sherwood xxxix 

I .con Martin 82 
I.y.ha 316 
Nancy xl 

rhcho r. 30 

ABEL s Procten 103 
ABIGAIL Abbicel] 

Richard 273 

Thomas 149 
ABORN Charles 32 

Dorcas 32 

Dorothy 32 

Enos 32 

Etta Maria 32 

Hannah 30 

Hesekiah R. 32 

Hiram 33 
Jedcdiah 32 
John 32 
Laura 32 
Mary 32 
Miriam 33 
Morton 33 
Parkil 33 

Samuel 32 33 

Sarah A. 33 
ACKERMAN Benjamin 193 

Sarah J. 193 
ACTON Hcpscy 273 
ADAIR James 128 
ADAMS — Rev. Mr. 73 

Abigail 192 196 

Amasa 105 

Amny 223 

Amy 207 

Ann 273 

Archibald II. 128 

Betsey 199 201 

Caleb 72 205 

Charles 106 

Charles Francis 5 164 

Charles M. 105 

Charles W: 197 

Deborah 191 

Eben 206 

Ebenezer 206 

Edward 246 

Edward Dean 316 

Eleanor 262 

Elihu 105 

Elijah 103 

Eliza A. 207 

Elizabeth 225 228 

Elizabeth Ann 198 

Ellsworth Stetson 236 

Elsa 24<> 

Eunice 9 

George 142 191 

Georgiana 195 

Hanson Hoyt 202 

Helen M. 192 

Huldah 105 

Ignatius 266 270 

Isaac Ward 9 

Isaiah 307 

Iset S. 192 



ADAMS oooi'd 
Jamas 12s 207 

John 11 106 197 198 230 
John \V. 105 

■ph 66 153 199 203 
Jo>i -phus 135 
Judy 15.J 
I ^ visa 149 
Luke 140 
Luseba 246 
Lvdia 198 205 206 
Maria 262 

Mary 105 128 192 268 
Mary B. 192 
Mihccnt 105 
Nancy 207 
Nathan W. 197 201 
Nathaniel 205 
Oreb 346 
Sally 105 246 
Salmon 106 
Sam 191 
Sarah 192 27 1 
Sarah Ann 278 
Sophronia 207 
Susan 205 

Susannah 196 227 263 
Thomas 269 
Walter xvii 
Wdliam 128 205 221 
William H. 128 
Winthrop 198 
ADDISON Anthony 218 
Eleanor 138 262 
Henry 218 
Marv 152 
Mary 13. 264 
Re!>ecca 136 
Walter Dulany 268 
ADDITON Richard 148 
ADIE Andrew 317 
ADKINS Thomas 138 
ADSIT Samuel 103 
AGARD William A. 33 
AJNSWORTH William 103 
ALARE Milicent 140 
ALBEE Albey Alby 
Aninta 136 
Ann 222 
Benjamin 163 
Walter 143 
William 135 
ALBREE John 78 xvii 
ALBRO Alice 299 
Benjamin 298 299 
Martin 200 
Mary 298 299 
Samuel 299 
Stephen 290 
Thomas 299 
Weight 299 
Alby St* Albee 
ALDEN John xxxiv 

Priscilla xxxiv 
ALDER Caroline 270 
Elizabeth 154 
George 136 
James 151 270 
Joanna 135 



alder . oat*d 

Ruth HnwWiru! 223 
ALDR1CH Aldndge 

Pins nor 331 
Mercy Maria 165 

ALEXANDER 1 Iizabethjl39 

Winthrop 233 
ALLARD AJmira K. 

I'.. • 

Hannah ! 
Henry 203 

Henry C 103 
Isaiah 190 191 194 203 
S irah : 
.ia\i V. 193 

■•■a 195 
Sarah J 803 
ALLEN Allien Allin Allyn 
Abel I 

Al.raham W. | 1 

Amelia 14 

Ann 31 

Anna 4"> 

Aurelia I I 

Axa 47 

Menjamin H. 273 

lii-Uey 106 

Charles 2C2 277 

Content 45 

Daniel 106 207 

I » >rcas 50 

Elijah 40 

Elizabeth 106 117 

Elizabeth C. 90 

Ephraim 45 47 
George 141 
Hannah 106 

H irri.-t N. 90 

Horace 1 1 

Ira 106 

Jane 14 

Jedodiah 50 

Jeraeha Hopkins 14 

John 141 

John Henry 157 

Katharine 157 

Lemtv H. 231 

Levi 234 

Levina 47 

Lewis 50 

Lilhs 45 47 

Lois 49 

Lorenzo 90 

Louisa 90 

Lydia 45 47 

list* I I 

Mary 8 207 

Matthew 8 

Mercy 49 

Milicent 14 

Olive W. 103 

Oliver 14 

Pelatiah 8 

Thebe 50 

Rachel 8 

Rezm 274 

Rufus 14 

Sarah 14 80 234 



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Index of Persons 



ALLEN cont'd 
Sarah Ann 'JO 

Boloinon B 

Susannah 202 

TbomM 8 l 17 
William 89 171 
William P 00 
ALLEY Ja... I, 285 
James 285 
I .vi 963 

Allien iff Allen 

Allin \ff Allen 

ALLINGHAME Btephea 140 
Allyn let Allen 
AI.MY Emma Frances six 
ALNUTT James 200 

Zachuriiili Ml 
ALVY Alvey 

Bliaa 268 

John 279 
AMBKRSON William 151 
AMBLEE Elizabeth 143 

Mary 138 
AMBLER Charles Henry 322 
AMHLIN Josephus 1 is 
AMBROSE Anihros 

Almira 287 

Daniel R. 192 

Frederick Marden 319 

Jane Ann 192 
AMES see also Fames 

Cynthia 188 

Louis Afirun 1 62 

Mary 170 202 

Phiaeai 170 
ANDERSON Abraham 218 

Alice Maude lxv 

Aaa 277 

Benjamin 226 

Comfort 137 

J >:i\ld 246 

Elisabeth 246 

Francis 273 
George 149 
Hannah Kately 24G 
Henry 270 
Hesekiah 275 
James 128 240 
Jesse 220 
John 846 266 
John Charles lxv 
John Varnall 203 
Jonathan 246 
Lvdia 24(3 278 
Margaret 246 
Mary 246 274 lxv 
Rebecca 24G 
Rezin 230 
Samuel 148 
Sarah 274 
Thomas 246 
William 246 
ANDERWIG Launcclot 223 

ANDRE John 85 
ANDRES Andrius 

Ephraim 103 
ANDREWS Andrew Andrus 

Abigail 13 

Andrew 17 

Bridget 31 

Edward 31 

Elizabeth 13 17 

Frank He Wcttc 159 

Grace Far n ham xix 

Hannah 13 

Horace 13 

John Albion liv 

Mary 13 17 

Nathaniel 13 

Sarah 13 

William 13 
Andrius see Androe 
Andrus see AndrewB 
ANGELL CaroUne 100 



angei.l eeot'd 

Jason 106 

Naomi H", 
ANGUS Joseph xxxi 
ANTHONY . th 294 

Joseph 

Marj . 

Mebaaa II 

' »ir iy 1 aft i 

1*. . 

I hom ii 29 I 
APPLBTOH Francu 282 

Francis Henry 

Hannah 2f 

William Sumner vii xxvi 

APSLEY Lewii Dewart 817 
APTHORP Mn txxri 

ARELL Christiana 230 
ARMEGEN Ann 274 
ARMINGKR Raehel 278 
ARMISTED Mary 226 
ARMSTRONG Zi-lla 100 
ARNOLD Ah.e M. 208 

Barbara 278 

Benedict E 

< .ristopher 228 

( I irwpl.i L. 194 

Elijah 207 208 

Eum.-e M. 208 

Jame* Newell 30 291 290 300 
801 804 

John 273 

Lucy 272 

Martha M. 83 

Richard 227 

\n illiam 147 

William T. 33 
ARVIN Eliaha 204 

Margaret 205 
ith 263 
ARYES Hol>crt 144 
ASHCOM George 270 
ASKEY Mary 145 

Priacilla 224 
ATCHISON Atchcraon 

Beaaleel 33 

Cclia 278 

Chloc 152 

Eleanor 'i3 

Henry . 

James 143 

John E 2 

Mildred 1 IS 

Heliecca 151 

William 270 
ATHERTON Alonio Preston 
289 

Anu Louisa 286 

Ann Louisa Pavson 286 

Benjamin 28 

Benjamin Sawyer Freeman 
289 

Beteey ! 

David Hooper 289 

Edward l'ayson 290 

Eniilv 2S7 

Israel 2S5 289 290 

Jonathan Fisher 286 

Judith 285 289 

Martha B. 283 

Nancv 281 

Orlando Dana 289 

Rachel 289 

Sophia 285 

Tannine 290 

Thomas Wasgatt 289 

William Albina Holden 289 

Willia n Milliken 289 
ATHEY Elizabeth 153 

Heiekiah 226 201 

Rhoda 149 

Zephaniah 152 
ATTEAUX Frederick E. 318 
ATWATER Anna 16 

Chauncey 16 



ATWATBR 

Joanna 16 
AT WE LI. Jamee 225 

A I Wool) 

AUGHT igh D 317 

John Wiathrop 319 

Auken van \m \ an Auken 
AULD Jane I HI 

illiam 181 
AUSTIN A 
:i<)7 

— Mr 
Abigail 

Andrew 15 SO 48 307 
Anna 46 
Anna A. 48 
Beajaaia 307 
Beteey 74 
Daniel 307 

David B. 48 
Ebeneser 307 

I win Atlee iix 
Plnenor 136 
Elisabeth 48 217 
Elisabeth Hanson Iviii 

/ ibeth Pinkham 48 
Hannah 48 
Helen Augusta lis 
.'• t.riiiah lis 
John Osborne 29 31 32 291 

2 xxvii lvin 
Joseph III 

I wdi i M 18 

- 49 
Moat* 

ithamel 48 49 

-holas 307 
Paul :«)7 

Pel 

Ha 

Richard Siaaon lix 

Robert lis 

Roaamoad Whitaker lis 

Ruby 128 

■■! 217 307 lvin hs 

rah 45 147 307 

lomon 307 
Btephea 107 
Thomas A 266 
William 227 

Avans iff Evans 
AVERILL Bathshcba 106 

Eliza 1 

Elizabeth I 

106 

Hannah 106 

Helen E 106 

Henry C. 106 
Lewis 106 
Lewis Waldo 106 
Lucretia 106 
It. A Ruth 106 
Ruth 106 
ah 106 
Stephen 106 
William Pitt 106 
AVERY —Goody 64 

— Widow 09 
Abiel 109 179 
Arietta 179 
Belinda 179 
Beteey 99 179 246 
Charlee French 318 
Edward 101 

Eliza 246 
Elua Ann 179 
Elisabeth 94 169 
Enoch 100 
Enoch M. 169 
Eunice 246 
Harriet 100 
Hiram 179 
Ira 169 
Isaac 94 
James 179 



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Ixxi 



AVERY cont'd 
Jane 71 

John 07 197 
John Candler lv 
John W. 169 

JoMpb l N 

Joseph 1) 179 
Joshua 71 73 

Judnon I'll 
I*ewman 100 

Lovina 179 

Lucy Ann 240 
Lydia Ann 195 
Margaret 100 
Miiriu 179 
Mury Ann lv 
My rick 179 
Nathan 179 
Nathan M. 179 
Nathaniel 09 
Newell 101 
Olive 183 
Otis 179 
Phebe J If. 
IMiebe Ward 246 
Polly 101 
Prentiea 100 
Robert I- - 179 
Hoxnna 179 
Unsaid 1 240 
Uuth 101 
Sabra 210 
Samuel 246 
Samuel Clark 240 
Samuel Putnam 319 
Samuel W. 109 
Sarali 68 94 109 
Sarah M. 179 
Sophia 17'J 

WUlard 94 

William 94 
AWL Martha 220 
AYER Avars Ayers Ayres 

Abigail 93 203 

Ann 93 

Benjamin 93 186 247 

David 240 

Elizal>oth 199 

Emily L. 186 

Frederick Fanning 316 

Harriet 180 

Hatta 247 

Jacob 93 

J ami-s 186 

Jean 240 

John Dix 246 

Joseph 198 201 

Murgarct 240 

Maria 201 

Martha 240 247 

Mary 240 

Mary Ann 93 

Nancy 198 

Owen 186 

Uobert 159 

Samuel 246 

Sarah 186 

Thomas N. 93 
AYTON Uichard 273 

BABB Benjamin 75 
BABCOCK 301 



George 300 

John 300 

Joseph 301 

Lydia 301 

Samuel 300 

Sarah 211 300 301 

Weight 300 
BABSON Emily 287 

Julia Ann 2S7 

Phebe 287 
BACKLEY Elizabeth 20 

John 20 

Samuel 20 



BACON Abigail 14 
Benjamin 22 t 
Franeia E. (Mrs.) 318 

Manning xix 
BADEN Alexander 222 231 
Aquila 27 4 

Benjamin 200 
< Rement 277 
Elisabeth 153 227 

J amen 225 . 

John 141 2 

John Thomas 208 

Margaret 268 

Martha 225 270 

Uebeoca 221 

Robert 138 221 

Sarah 152 

Sarah Cover 275 

Susannah 232 

Susannah Elizalieth 278 

Thomas 222 906 
BADGER Edmund 100 

Eliaabeth Cotton 100 

Nancv xl 
BAILEY Haylea Baylcy Haylu* 
Bayly 

Abram 208 

Alan.sing 208 

Ann W. 2 

Benoni lix 
Betsey 84 
Ebcnczer lix 
Elizabeth Kelly 128 
Francis Ilowarth lx 
Franklin 1' 20S 

Frederic Starr lx 

Frederic William xxviii lix 

James 128 129 

Jane lix 

Joel C. 129 

John 247 

John Marble lx 

Lena Olive lx 

Lewis Henry 129 

Maria A. 296 

Miles 247 

Nellie May lx 

Noah Starr lix 

Parke 234 

Phebe 298 299 

Bebecca Covington 268 

Uichard M. 105 

Uobert 80 299 

Sally 129 

Samuel lix 

Sarah 247 

Thankful 208 

Timothy 234 

Walter Cabot 317 

William Egbert lix 
Baine see Bavnes 
BAKER — Mrs. 240 

Amos 103 

Ann H. 33 

Ann Lucinda 106 

Charles Morrill xix xxvii lv 

Chloe Lcc 269 

Desire 106 

Edith Clarke lv 

Eli 106 

Elijah 106 

Elizabeth 33 

Esther May lv 

Eira Henry xix W 

Eira Howes lv 

Eira Reuben W 

Francis I. 33 

George Fisher 318 

Herman 33 

Israel 33 

Joel 106 

John 33 

John L. 106 

Levi 103 

Louis 33 



BAKER eoat'd 

J.uninla M 106 
Mary Ann lv 
Naomi 

Olive Jane 37 
Oemoa C 193 

Pl.rt*. 106 

Philip 103 

Philip Thomas 226 

Uacht'l 

H 222 
u i v . | i 
Bt apnea 106 

Susan i 

Thomas 266 293 

William 33 150 
BALCH Francis Noyea xxvi 
BALDWIN Aaron xxx . 

A melia '-'- 1 

Ann 263 269 

R.-tsey 287 

Catherine 140 

Elisabeth S 

George xxxvui 

• ,■ rge E iTxviii 

Israel xxxviu 
Jachary 1 19 
John xxxviii 
Joseph xxxviii 
M irv 230 

Rhody 
Uoena 270 
Rosanna xxxviii 

th C. 103 
Sophia 

Susannah 153 
Thomas 151 157 
Thomas William xv 
William 2. 
Zachariah 277 
BALL Ann Busey 147 
Bennett 150 
Drusilla 1 

Elizabeth 267 

Isaac 228 

John 220 228 267 177 

Meeky 228 

Stephen 140 

Susannah 1 I-' 

Thomas 225 
BALLETT John 142 
BALLOU Kzeki.-I 161 

Hose a Starr 78 155 vii xxv 

James 103 

Levi II 

Maturin 163 

Obadiah 103 

Rhixla 163 
BALSAR Nathan A. 186 
lv 186 

William 186 
BANCROFT Abigail 106 

David 100 

Sarah Waldo 106 
BANGERT George Schuyler 

159 
BANGS Banges 

Charles H. 80 

Edward 80 
BANISTER Banes ter Bannoste r 
Bannister 

Frances Eliia xix 

Mchitable 247 

Uebecca 156 

Samuel 156 

Sarah 156 

Thomas 156 

William 247 
BARBER Barbour 

Alvah 8 

Frances C. 200 

Jethro S. 200 

Lucius Baxna 

Lucy 8 



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Index of Persons 



BARBER cont'd 
Lake Philip 230 

Mom-* 203 

Susannah « 
BARCLAY William 210 
BAKDWKI.I. An. oh 247 

Baxter 2»7 

Dorothy -'47 

Eliaa 247 

I rancc-h 2 17 

Helen 247 

Ir,i 2 17 
Inna 2 17 

Martha 247 
M inerva '-'47 
Tryphena 2 17 
BARHYDT Hannah Cornelia 
1 '2'.) 

Nicholas 129 

Nicholas N. 129 

Phebe H. 120 
BARKER — MaJ. 70 
Anno 19 
Benjamin (it) 
E. Frye 80 
Ebeoeaer <»7 
Emma Louise lix 
Bars 70 

I < vi 74 

Nathan 73 75 

Sally 74 
Barn act Barnai 
BARNARD Chauncey 13 

Deborah 20 

Bliaa 13 

Eliaabetfa 13 
BARNES Barn Barnc 

Augusta E. 194 
Baail 152 
B en e d ict 227 
Bridget 142 

Elizat>eth 274 

( Jcorge A 276 

Henry 151 

Huldah 7 

John 14. r > 

Maria P. 208 

Mary 273 

Mary A. ill 

Milicent 223 

Oliver 145 

Palmer 208 

William H 104 
BARNWELL Elizabeth O. xxxi 
BARRETT Barrctte Barrot 
Barrotl 

Ann 138 207 

Arianda 10 

Caroline Juliet xlii 

laaaa 205 

Jamas D 273 

Jemima 270 

John 141 

Jonathan 137 
Mooei io 

Nancv Ann 203 

Richard 143 207 

Barah 140 218 232 206 
BARROLT John 225 
BARRON Daniel 143 

Eleanor 232 

Emma 265 

Harriot 230 

John 151 225 

Martha 204 

Oliver 226 

Rebecca 144 

Ruth 278 

Bamuel 270 

Sarah 232 

Tracy 268 

Zachariah 266 
Barrot see Barrett 
Barrott set Barrett 
BARROW Harriot 230 



BARRY William 1 
BARSTOW <„,,:> 

Martha 183 
BARTHOLIC II irriet 

William M 
BARTLETT Bullet 

— I)r 72 

David 103 
Bliaabeth alviii 
JexM-pb < lardner 319 
Lyd 

Lydia 11 103 
M.uv \i.u 287 
BARTLEY Bartly 
Elisabeth 1 16 

< leorgfl 223 

Barah 224 

BARTON George Hunt 77 
Ji.lm 161 

J < »**«- [ i li 1 1 1«- 193 

Radford see Bradford 
BASS Sarah 11. 13 
BASSET Baaaett 

Anne Elizabeth xix 

Daniel 100 

! malinc 106 

.ch I2<» 
I ither 129 
Herbert C. 100 

Mary Ann 1 29 

Samuel 301 

1 ..l.itha 301 
BASSFORD Haaford 

Chriaay 219 

Eliaabetfa 275 

Eaekiel 270 

Jacob 266 

John 204 

Thomas 144 
BATCHELDER Hannah 79 

Mark Daniel xix 
BATES Batt 

Charlotte Lamson xl 

Dorcas 144 

Eliaabetfa 153 

Elizal>eth Leach xl 

Niran xl 
BATSON Elizabeth 206 

Lcana 270 
Batt see Bates 
BATTELLE Caroline Augusta 

xxx vi 
BATTER John 20 
BATUP — Mrs 240 
BAULSTON Elizabeth 31 

William 31 
BAXTER James Bhinncy 7S 
155 236 v vi ix xi xii 

Sarah lv 
Baylea see Bailey 
Bayley see Bailey 
Baylies see Bailey 
Bayly set Bailey 
BAYNES Baine Bayna 

Amelia 145 
Chloe 152 
David 219 
Elizabeth 219 

abeth Ann 275 
i Icorgc 137 . 
Hector 229 
John 111 
Martha 143 
Mary 221 

Mary Fell 154 

Mellv 221 

Priecilla 136 

Quintin 153 

Rector 261 

Sarah 220 
BEACH George 13 

Lucv 13 

Miron 103 

WUliam 222 
BEAL Beale BeaU 



BEAL anal 

a: 

Al.-tf.. a l.lnal>eUi SIS 

Allien 1 

Andrew 141.' 

Ann 1 I 

Am. 1 

Aquila 

Ai 

niamin 
Boyiaton Adam* ril 
Gat : 14 150 

■ 

David 1 . 

Eleanor i 
aanor W. 271 

1 lema 277 

F.lisaheth 140 152 225 226 

227 201 268 275 27y 
George 2S7 232 263 268 
Hami 

Henrietta 232 

Horatio 1 

James 148 

John K. 148 

John H. 204 273 

Jonathan 218 

Joshua 1 18 

Josias Kendall 231 

Lethca 140 

Levin 228 

Lucy 2( 273 

Manaaseh 274 

Mary 141 142 217 221 

Mary B 271 

Molly - 

Nancy 1 16 232 - i 

Nancy Dent 151 

Otho Bam 208 

l'riscilla 1 

Rachel 146 

Rebecca 223 

BJebai 

Robeti B 162 

Ruth 227 230 

Samuel Brooke 146 

Sarah 218 220 221 228 

8ophi .8 

Tabitha 2 

Taris 149 

Tarrence 2 

Thomas 1 

Thomas W 273 

Walter Brooke 218 

Walter Trueman GreenBeld 

273 
William D 147 
Z^phaniah 112 
BEAN Bcane Beanes Beans 
— Widow 10S 
Abby 105 
.Abigail 192 199 
Anna 205 
Benjamin 138 190 191 192 

■ I.'. 
Betty 125 

Caroline 190 192 194 
Col more 135 
Ebbewortfa i 
Edmund C. 192 195 190 
Eleanor 140 2. 
Elisabeth 217 

her 151 
Frank - 
Frank M 191 
George 275 
Henrietta 138 
James E. 195 
Jane 172 
Joel 193 
John 144 

John H. 146 220 272 
Jos. Al»>ert 199 
Mary 146 193 220 
Mary Ann 195 



Index of Penont 



XXI11 



BEAN cont'd 
Mary B. 142 
Mary Elian 191 
Mil. cut 218 
Olive 100 

Polly Bowie 231 

Rebecca l 1 5 
Rboda 271 
Kim-I 1M MM 

Kii.l .1 I'd 202 
Samuel 190 10] 205 
Sarah 100 202 

Thomaa 218 

Waller 1 16 
William 160 274 
Wiiham Bradley 281 

BEARD Anthony 228 

Mary Ann 270 

William C. 270 
BEARDSLEY Eliiaboth 10 

Lemuel 10 
BEATTIE Sarah 129 
BEAUMONT George Fred- 
erick 28 
Heaven Iff Bevin 
Beavin see Bevin 

BECK Arabella 271 

. I .linen 202 

John 136 

Rosin 278 

Ruth l.M 

Samuel I). 217 

Samuel O. 278 

Sarah 225 277 

Thomas 197 
BECKER Cathcrina see Kath- 
arina 

Frank G. 33 

Katharina 33 

Ludwig Edward 33 

Mary 33 

Oswold 33 

Peter 33 

Rosina 33 
BECKET Beckett 

Ann 137 

Easter see Esther 

Eleanor 272 

Esther 135 

Humphrey 147 

John 136 231 

Lucy 272 

Margaret 143 

Mary 275 

Sarah 130 

Susan J. 278 

Walter 208 

William 277 

Rcc.kford see Rickford 
BECKLEY Mary 12 
BECKWITH Rezin 224 

William 130 
BEDDER Elizabeth 144 

Jonathan 188 

Thomas 145 
BED DOW Rcddo 

Allen 1 18 

Ann 202 

Catherine 140 

Linney 231 

Milly 201 

Richard 270 
BEECHER Mary lxv 
BEEDE Everett JefU vi 
BEERS Byer Byera 

Charlotte Mary xxxv 

Isaac 274 

John Alphonse xxxv 

Kate Elizabeth xxxv 

Victor 274 
BELDEN Relding 

John 9 293 294 

Joseph 11 

Lois 11 

Mary 294 



BBLDIM cont'd 

Rebei i i 9 

Sal 
BE1 GROUB John 21 
HI-.!. KNAP Henry UWkofT irii 
BBLL < ' itherine 217 

Jennel 

JllHITph 

BELMONT Anim-i 
BBLSBB Jam-., r 188 
Margarel I 

BELT Ann 1 12 

Benjamin 1 i 1 27.'> 
Benjamin w 272 

Dreyden (J 143 
Elizabeth 1 17 
Elisabeth Bowio 225 
Esther 221 
Hiram 22] 
Humphrey 153 231 
Isabella 281 
James 210 
Jeremiah 13. r ) 
John W. 134 
Joseph 152 
Joseph Spring 151 
Lucy I.iS 
Margaret 218 
Margery 220 229 
Mary 149 

Mid.lletoli 1 12 

Osborn 262 

Rachel 148 230 

Richard 231 

Sarah 208 

Stephen 140 

Thomas 148 

Tobias 223 

William J. 278 
BENEDICT Edwin 129 

Eliza 130 

Henrv 129 

Joel 130 

Levi 129 

Melissa 129 

Meliaaa Blackman 129 

Sally ISO 
BENNETT Rcnit Bennct Ben- 
nit Rinit 

Abel 103 

Caleb 103 

Cobb 103 

EzraG 16 

James 103 

March Gilman xix 

Mary 266 

Nathan 103 

Samuel 103 

Susannah 10 
BENSE Charlotte Elizabeth xliii 
BENSON Benjamin 2V2 

Cephas W 262 

Hannah 282 

Judith 2S7 

Sarah 135 

Thomas 1 5> 1 
BENTENING Benjamin Smith 

143 
Benthuscn van see Van Benthu- 

BENTLEY 299 

Alice 208 299 
BENTON A. L. 33 

Abigail 33 

Abigail J. 33 

Almena 7 

Alvin 
Amelia 33 
Andrew 7 
Aurelia 7 
Aaariah 33 34 
B 34 

Benjamin D. 33 
Betaey 7 33 34 
Charles O. 8 



BENTON eon) I 

■ 

CI 

Dolly 7 

Elliert J 242 
Elihu I 

• h 
ce 7 '. l 
ink II 195 

1 .•►•>• 7 I .'$ 

< ;>-<<rk"- ' ' 
ll.rinettaj 
HuMh 
Ira 83 

j a 84 

Jacob 84 
James 7 
John C. 33 34 

:im 83 

vi./.i ( ;. 34 

Martha 7 

Mai 

Mary E 84 

Mary M XI 
Mary P. 33 
Malum v 7 

Milton W. W .'<4 
Minerv 
Miriam 7 

Mlttie 13 

Moses 7 
Nathaniel - 

Natham.-I B I 

Oiias 33 31 

Polly 84 

Prescndia 33 34 

Prudence 7 

Raehel C. 34 

Ruth 6 

Sally 7 _ 
iimicl 7 34 

Sarah 33 

Timothy iU 31 

Ursula 7 

William A. 33 34 

William (I. 34 
BERCKLEY Henry 149 
BERLE Adolph A. 102 
BERNETT Mary Ml 
BERRY Bury 

Ann 147 2 275 

Ann E. 274 

A nana 2 I I 

Benjamin 270 27 1 

Brook N. 270 

Deborah 223 

Dorinda E. 271 

Edith Garfield xix 

Eleanor 148 152 

Elisha 273 

Eliza 27 I 

EUxabeth 200 223 
Elisabeth A. 193 
EUxabeth Ann 10 I 
Elizal>eth E. 152 
Han iot 2 
Hezekiah - 
Jaaaei 247 

Jean 247 
John 2 
Lucv 138 
Margaret 219 2 17 
Martha 200 
Marv 1 - 227 231 
Mary J. 192 
Mat'ha O 195 
Matil.l » 270 
Nicholas 144 
Priaeilla 2" 
Rel>ec 



lxxiv 



Index of Persons 



BERRY cont'd 

Thomas 140 266 -'70 

Washington -78 

William 153 103 200 223 270 
274 

William E 225 

WilliBii. W 239 202 

Zachariah 275 
BETENSON JVtcr 20 
BETTON M E B. II 192 

Mary B. B. H. H. 193 

Thornton 192 
BEVERLY Plnlo L. 280 
BEVIN Beaven Beavin 

Ann 151 208 

Benjamin -'">'» 

Catherine 208 

Charles 135 153 217 

Elizabeth Ml 151 2oS 

Elisabeth E. 209 
l [enrietta 135 
Henry 270 

Jane 137 

John 221 

Juliet 274 

Martha 218 

Mary 226 

William 147 
BICKFORD Beckford 

Bet*ev 199 

Betty 196 

Erskine 1". xix 

Ichabocl 202 

Independence 19G 

James 192 

John 287 

Mary 202 

S. A. 192 

Sarah 89 
BIGELOW Andrew xlvii 

George W. 129 

Hobart B. Ixv 

Nancy Jewett xxviii xlvi 
BIGGS Priacilla 150 
BIGHT Elizabeth 144 
BIGNALL John 274 
BIGNELL John 147 
BILLINGS Daniel 152 

Hannah 294 
BING Ann 271 
Binit see Bennett 
BIRD Benjamin 227 

Francis 146 

John 149 

Joshua 201 

Thomas 139 
BISCOE Ann P. 209 

Elisabeth 221 

George W. 267 

Mary Bond 22 
BISHOP James A. 34 

Joseph 34 

Kitchcl 103 

Louisa I. 34 

Mariva 3 1 
BISSELL Abigail 14 

Catherine Eliza 33 
BIXBY George S. 322 
BLACKBURN Barbara 270 

John 148 

Lena W. 271 
BLACKLOCK Nicholas 147 

Thomas 143 
BLAGG Thomas Matthew 101 
BLAIR Amos 9 

Dolly 9 

Mars 9 

Rachel 9 
BLAKESLEE Mary Dotha 18 

Moses 18 
BLANCHARD Andrew 155 150 

Elixa set Elisa A 

Eliza A. 178 180 

James 17s 

Mary E. 155 



BLANCHARD cont'd 

Mary Watt 150 

.Susan Ix 
BLANDFORD Blanford 

Elisabeth 270 

Henrietta 143 

Nicholas 2 

Rebecca 143 

Susan 145 
BLANDING Alanson 247 

Betsey 247 

Lydi i -'17 
dly 247 

Simeon 247 

Whiten 247 

Willard 247 

William 247 
Blanford see Blandford 
BLISS Mary E 38 
BLY John l 

Palmyra 208 
BOARDMAN Boarman Bord- 



mnn 



14 



H.tsey 14 
Caroline M 275 
Gcorjre 74 129 2G7 
Jonathan 

Joseph 

Juliann 2 1 1 

Juliet 150 

Mary 72 129 

Polly 73 

Ralph 228 

Rebecca i 

Stephen 73 

Thomas 68 09 72 73 

Waldo Elias vi 

William 72 77 
BODDIE John Ijennctt 159 

John Thomas xix 
Boen see linwcn 
BOGART Elisabeth Cronk Ml 

Rrneai I. 82 

I .••wis I.nz ; er -' I 1 

Marshall C. 841 

BOGUE Sophronia 208 

BOLTON Ann 217 
Betsey 2 I B 
Charles Knowlcs vii 
Elizabeth 247 
I inny 248 
HiiKh 217 
Jean 3 
John 217 
Joseph 2 17 

Martha 217 

Mary 247 
Matthew -'47 
Nancv 247 
Phanuel 2 18 

hel 2»7 

Thomas 247 2 IS 

William 247 
BONAFIN Sarah 104 
BOND Abhv Frances 180 

Abiel K. 172 170 

Albion 180 

Albion P. 98 173 1S3 
sender K 17.; 176 1S4 

Allison 173 181 183 

Alzira see Flzira 

Averv J. 1 7-i 

Catherine J 99 178 

Clara 176 

Clarissa 183 

David Gilmore 9S 172 

n.ivk' m iso 

David Nichols 173 178 180 
Edgar P 98 
Iward 175 
Elixa see Elisa \ 
Elisa a 9 I 178 :S0 

ra 173 1S4 
Emeline 172 177 



BOND cont'd 

.•• Manderills 183 

. Mrn/lr 31 S 

172 175 
(iri'c 175 

Hannah 172 173 177 
Harold Lewk 87 165 166 in 
Harriet 171 177 184 
Harriet Nichols 183 
Henry 23 17-' 173 
Henry K 17! 17-, 183 
Herl 170 

Iaabel Haydcn 183 
Jarnc* < '• 1 7>, 
J am«i 11 173 
Janet 98 17-' 
John ! 

John Frank 182 
John N. 99 l^J 
Joseph 173 1M Ml 
Joseph J 17.1 183 
l.i. inda 181 183 
Lucius 180 
Maricar. | 17 . 183 
Marshall A. I . 
Mary 17 I 

Mary Ann 171 172 173 181 
Mary Jackson 182 
M.irv N 99 
Matdds 265 
Minds 181 
Nancv 17.5 1M 
Nancy C. 173 
Nettie E. 98 
Polly 172 178 184 
Rachel M 

l>ecca 1 7 J 
Koxana 180 
l: \ana A. 180 

muel J : 

S2 183 
Sarah C. 98 

rah Nicholds 182 
Sarah O. 98 
Sidney Howard 182 

phen Norman 316 
B wan H | 

.san Caroline 1 sj 
Will, am F. 172 173 
William H 09 170 
William J 172 175 l S3 
Willis O. 17--. 

lema 17'. IM 

BONIFANT Elisabeth 218 
Kesiah 
Mary 140 

BONNAFELL Ann 148 
BONNEY Auburn I I 

Eluabcth 84 

Mary B. 234 

Thomas J. 234 
BOONE Alexius 263 

Ann 229 

Ann 11 id wrick 202 

Eleanor 223 

Klectiua 136 

Francis 146 220 

Ignatius 151 220 

John 141 

Jooeph 219 

ret 221 

Martha 151 

Oswa! . - 

PrisoHa 219 

Stanislaus 2 

Susannah I 

Theresa 2 

Walter 143 
BOOSE Elisabeth 268 
BOOTH GeorKr 
BOOYE Henrietta 274 
BORDEN M 
Bordman see Bosrdraan 



Index of Persons 



lxxv 



Borrougha see Burroughs 
BOSTON Sarah 224 230 

BOSTWick BUaabttb 34 

George 3 I 

George < 'i M 

James A. 84 
BOS WELL Clement 221 

George L'o«i 272 

liendlev 1.54 

Hcnrv 200 

Jane M. 205 

Maria 278 

lVter 14.1 

Washington G 272 
BOTELER Botelor Bottler 

Ann 145 

Caroline 279 

Catherine L36 

Charlea 145 225 201 

Charles L. 208 

Edward 140 

Elisabeth 137 

Henderson Sim 225 

Henry 150 

Joseph 143 

Ix>vi 270 

Margaret 217 

Mary 227 

Miirv Ann 148 

Milly 2 IS 

Resin 230 203 

Sophia 151 

Thomas 144 

William 271 
BOTLEY 240 

Rebeeea 940 
Bottler \tt Boteler 
BOURNE Benjamin F. 317 
BOUTON Ada 208 
BOWDEN Margaret 282 

Samuel 281 
BOWDITCH Harold vi 
BOWEN Boen 

Edward Augustus 319 

Henry Chandler (Mrs.) 105 

Joseph A. (Mrs.) 318 

Perrv 208 
BOWERS Butler 34 

Calvin 34 

Charlotte 34 

Dorothy 34 
BOWIE Ann 139 1*3 

Caroline 277 

Eliza 272 

Elisabeth 230 

Elisabeth Margaret 227 

Elizabeth Susannah 2t"> I 

Ellen X. 278 

Evcrsficld 232 

Fielder 807 

John Burgess 231 

John F. 144 

Juliet M. 207 

Margaret 153 

Margaret S. 1 l("> 

Mary M. 218 27.') 

Robert W. 273 

Thomas 218 

Thomas Contee 227 

Walter 807 

William 229 

William M. 205 209 

William S. 141 
BOWKER Elizabeth 290 

Samuel 890 

Samuel William 290 
BOWLEY — Serg. 08 70 

James 7ii 
BOWLING Basil 220 

Levinah 138 

Sarah 805 

Thomas 143 
BOWMAN John McE. 31S 
BOYCE Elisha 313 



BOYCE eont'd 
Elisabeth 318 

rge 313 
J amen 3 1 1 
Jotham 8 13 
Lydia 818 

Olive. 313 
Reuben 818 
Richard 313 

Sarah Boyi • 313 

BOYD Abraham 82 

A I led a lJi 

Arebibald 135 

Chant v Duekctt 149 
Dennis . 
Fins not 831 
Eleanor Q 227 

James 129 

John 129 

Joseph 220 2G9 

Rebeeea 837 

Richard I) 209 

Thomas 149 

Thomas Durkett 149 

William 829 
BOYER Charles Clinton 80 
BOYINGTON Alonzo W. 180 

Amos [80 

Amo* II 180 

Elisa Ann 180 

John Ml 

I. -ley 180 

Merilla ISO 

Maoma C. 180 

Rachel 180 

Susan Jane 180 
BRACE Esther 7 

John 7 
BRACKENRIDGE George W. 

31 8 
BRACKETT Bracket 

— Widow 
Caesar 60 
Daniel 71 
David 71 
Ella 205 
Frances 189 205 
Frances I. 193 
Hannah 47 
Henrietta 195 
Isaac 189 193 205 

John Quincy Adams lxiii 

Joseph 47 1 20 

Mary »7 

William H. 195 
BRACY Patienoe 310 
BRADBURY Bathaheba M. 234 

Benjamin T. 83 1 

Nabhv 
BRADFORD Eleanor 151 

Elisabeth 233 

Esekiel 2 

Martin 2 13 
Mary 2 
Mercy 13 

William 9 13 xxxiv 
BRADLEY Bradly 

Betsey 34 

Catherine 219 
Chester 34 40 
Jane M. 34 
John 84 
Julia O. 34 
Laura S. 34 
I evantis -' >7 
Mary P. 247 
Minnie A 34 
Ophelia 247 
Ora B 87 
Robed M. 847 
Samuel C. 84 
Sophia 9 

- isnn 34 40 

Susannah 138 
William 9 



BRAINF.RD Lawrence 81 100 

Bran \ee Urann 
HRANDTT Richard 1 '.« 
HKANIIAM Mary 224 
BRANN Bran 
Abes] mi 

• ry |0| 

1 in .r I'll 
Funics 101 

111 ■•■ | Ml 

J ha I'M 
Richard 101 

Bally I'M 

■ n I'll 
I homaa 101 
BRANT et219 

BRASBRIDGB < >Uve 190 
• imond 1*J8 
ly 196 
HRASHEARS Benedict 205 
Cassia 135 
Eleanor 228 
Elisabeth 137 219 230 

Gn • 
Harriot 235 

Henrietta 134 
Henry l r > 5 
Jemima 271 

Jeremiah 230 
John 2 

John Pucker 149 
John P 1 
Jonathan 140 
Joseph 

Lilburn 219 • 

Lucy I 

Margaret 219 
Martha 151 228 
M trv I 225 201 208 

Nathaniel I 
^burn 145 
Rachel 152 
Rebecca 1 
Richard Wells 231 
Ruth 1 11 

Wilkinson 149 

Zach.iriah 1 l r > 

Zadok 151 274 
BRAY M «• . i .zabeth xlii 
BRECK Caroline Juliet xlu 

Edward xli 

John xli 

Robert xli 

B unuel xxviii xli xlii 

B i rah Amelia xli 
BREED Abigail 47 

Anna 45 
ljamin 47 

I vina 47 

Samuel 45 

Theodate 4 I 
BREESE Abigail xxxvn 
BRENT Ann 83 

Mary 150 

Verunds 272 
BREWER Edmund 37 

M vrv I 

BREWSTER Char'.es 189^203 
205 206 

George Stephenson 316 

M iris 189 203 205 

William xli 
Brian see Bryan 
Briant sre Bryant 
BRICE Richard 141 
BRIDGIT Eleanor 263 

BRIDGMAN 20 

BRIGGS Brigea 

Alice M 203 

Ann H. 233 . . 

Anthonv Tarbox xxviu xlix 



lxxvi 



Index of Persons 



BRIGGS oont'd 
B J 308 
Betaey 233 
Daniel 233 293 
Rdith < folding xlv 
Ella Marie xlix 
Florence Flizaheth xlix 

( leorex xlix 

Hannah G 233 
Il'-nrv I. xlv 

Hiram 233 

Hiram C. 233 
J.i!» L".)7 
John I 
Mary 333 
Ibi.ssell xlix 
Russell I-2t ItJ >» xlix 
Sural) Marie xlix 

Barmh PoUy xlix 

Semira 233 
Stephen xlix 
William 233 241 

DRIGHAM A G. 1Kb 

Clarence Saunders vii 

Lillian J. is-, 

M. N 180 
BRIGHT Henry 23 

Stephen 221 

Thomas 23 

Walter 23 
BRIGHTWELL Allen 14G 220 

Ann 383 

Eliaabeth Juliet 2G9 

John 230 231 

John L 142 

John Lawson 220 

Levin Hrotcn 275 

Martha 363 

Mary 142 230 

Rebecca 144 

Richard 145 

Richard C. 219 

Sophinia 220 

Thomas G. 276 
BRINTON Samuel GO 
BROCK Celia 312 

Damaris 312 

Elizal>eth 312 

Francis 313 

John 312 

Margaret 312 313 

Martha 313 

Sarah 313 

Simeon 313 

William 313 
BROCKWAY George 208 

George E. 208 

John S 208 

Rachel 208 

Samuet 208 

Susannah 208 
BROMLEY William 218 
BRONSON Desire 16 

Wilham SO 
Brooke str Brooks 
Brookes Ste Brooks 

BROOKINGS 00 

BROOKS Brooke Brookes 

Alpheus 192 

Ann 138 145 

Barbara ISO 

Benjamin 148 146 225 

Catherine 153 

Clarissa 102 

Clement 228 

Edmund 272 

Ella Cora lx 

Hcnrv 223 224 

Hetta 140 

Isaac 139 

James 240 269 

James B. 12»>7 

John B. 277 

John Smith 130 117 

John Wood lx 



BROOKS cont'd 

Leonard Ji.hn _ ! 7 
Man . A 273 
M irtlwi M Ivi 
M.rv M . 
R. 240 
Richard 226 

Sarah A 1 17 

Shepherd :;i7 

Thomas 230 

Thomas F 152 
Washington 274 
BROUGHTON I) m 76 
BROWN Browne 
Abby M M 
Aden 208 

Albert A. 

Alexunder 80 303 

Almira ( '• .i. r , 

Amanda 208 

Amanda M. 208 

Andrew 222 2b7 

Angcline 208 

Ann 14 147 

Ann E. 104 

Ann Eliia 193 

Anna 208 229 

Basil 230 

Beriah 203 

Betsey 283 

Catherine \M 

Charles H. 208 

Cyrus O. 105 

Daniel 208 

David A. 35 

D wi K ht 208 

Edward 138 

Eleanor 2G4 

Eljza Howe xlix 

Eliza Joan 10G 

Elisabeth 140 219 

Emeline 100 

Eraatus 208 

Esther 215 

Frances E 215 

Francis 220 

George 180 225 280 

Georce F. 20S 

Georgian* 280 

Godfrev 106 

Gustavus R 271 

Hannah 149 

Harriot A. 223 

Henrietta 229 

Hephribah 263 

klosea W. 20S 

Howard G. 35 

Ida A. 38 

Isaac H 273 

Jachriah 148 

James 283 

Jane If. 34 

Janet 330 

Joanna 16 

John K 38 

Joseph JOS 

Joseph R 20S 

Joshua 208 

Josiah 68 69 

Julia 208 

I-etitia lot 

Lewis JOS 

Li* no M. 

Lucrotia 106 

Lucv 99 145 

Mergeret 2 B 

Margaret A. 208 

Margaret F. 208 

Martha 286 215 

Martha E i 

Mary 138 140 20S 227 

Mary Ann 15 

Mary E 10.S 

Mary Elizal>eth SO 

Mary J. 200 



BROWN 

M 210 
Mehita 

Mill 
Mil 

Nai 

N'n JOS 

Petei i K) 
Priacilla 1 

•; ill \ 

llol 

: 16 

• 

308 

Btephei 

-'08 
Susan L 15 

innah 20S 285 
Thomaa 13 1 136 229 
Vernon < ' u '.16 

WilUrd i • 
William T 100 208 
BROWNELL Ann . 
Martha 233 

■ 
Thorn 

BROWN L. . lelia 2 IS 

J 

John C 2 

Louiaa 2»^ 
BRUCE Upton 227 
BRUNT Thomas 221 
BRUSH Samuel 3 129 
BRYAN Brian 

Eleanor 270 

Elizabeth 135 236 

Hcnrv . 

aa 220 
I '-wis 137 
Margaret 236 



Oabo 



rn 



:■> 



Rachel 1 5 I 

Richard l »7 221 

Bally 27 1 

Sarah Ann 152 

Thorn . 

William 147 5 

William Thomaa 135 
BRYANT Briant 

\nne Flizal>eth xix 
248 

Frances Fliza xix 

Hannah 9 1 

Isaac B 2 1 8 

James Francis 248 

Jane 143 

Joan: 

Mary 137 

Nancy 248 
xix 

Richard 1 12 
BUCHANAN Buchan 
iaabeth 2 

Margaret 230 
Mary 145 

Sophia 

S -*nnah - 
BUCK Augustus II xlv 
BUCKINGHAM 
BUCKLAND William fc 
BUDD Etta M - 
BUELL Buel 

Abigail 14 

A vi* 14 

Benjamin 35 

Charles 14 

John 1 1 

Jonathan 14 

Mary 14 

i 14 



lxxvi 



Index of Per* 



BRIGGS oontV i 
B J 'Jos 
Betaey 233 
Daniel 233 293 
Rdith ( folding xlv 
Ella Marie alia 
Florence Elizabeth xlix 
( Sooner xl'x 

Hannah <: -'.'13 
l [enry I. xlv 
Hiram 233 
Hiram C. 233 
Job 997 

Join. 138 

Mary 233 

Ru.saoll xlix 

RuhhoII Eddy xlix 

Sarah Marie xlix 

Barafa Polly xlix 

Bemira 233 

Stephen xlix 

William 233 241 
BRIGHAM A 0. 186 

Clarence Saunders vii 

Lillian .1 186 

M. N. ISC, 
BRIGHT Henry 23 

Stephen 221 

Thomae 23 

Walter 23 
BRIGHTWELL Allen 140 229 
Ann 239 

Elisabeth Juliet 209 
John 230 231 
John L. 142 
John Lawson 229 
Levin Broten 275 

Martha 969 

Mary 142 230 

Rebecca 144 

Richard 145 

Richard C. 219 

Sophinia 229 

Thomas G. 270 
BRINTON Samuel 00 
BROCK Celia312 

Damaris 312 

Elisabeth 312 

Francis 313 

John 312 

Margaret 312 313 

Martha 313 

Sarah 313 

Simoon 313 

William 313 
BROCKWAY George 208 

George E. 208 

John S 208 

Kach.-I 2»1S 

Samuel 208 

Susannah 208 
BROMLEY William 218 
BRONSON Desire 16 

William 80 
Brooke sm Brooke 
Brookes ste Brooks 

BROOKINGS 99 

BROOKS Brooke Brookes 

Alpbetis 192 

Ann 13S 145 
Barbara 136 
Benjamin 149 140 225 
Catherine 153 
Clarissa 192 
Clement 998 
Edmund 279 
Ella Cora lx 
Henry 923 994 
Hetta 140 

Isaac 139 
James 240 269 
James B. 267 

John B. 277 

John Smith 139 117 

John Wood lx 



BROOKS oont'd 

Leon ml J<.lin 217 

Maria A ! 

M irtha M Ivi 

iv M . 
It. 240 
Richard 296 

Sarah A 1 17 

Shepherd 317 

Thomae 930 

Thomas l 152 

Wachington 27 I 
BROUGHTON Dan 70 
BROWN Browne 

Abby M 37 

A< Ian. 908 
AUx-rt A. 98 
Alexander 80 303 
Almira Q, AT, 
Amanda 208 
Amanda M. 208 
Andrew 222 207 
AnReline 208 
Ann 14 147 
Ann E. I'M 
Ann Eliia 193 
Anna 208 229 
Basil 230 
Beriah 203 
Betsey 283 
Catherine 136 
Charles II 20S 
Cyrus O. 195 
Daniel 208 
David A. 35 
Dwight 208 
Edward 138 
Eleanor 204 
Eljza Howe xlix 
Eliza Joan 100 
Elisabeth 149 219 
Emcline 190 
Eraatus 208 
Esther 215 
Frances E 215 
Francis 229 
George 190 225 289 
George F. 208 
Oeorgiana 289 
Godfrey 106 
Gustavus R 271 
Hannah 148 
Harriot A. 293 
Henrietta . 
Hephsibah 263 
HoBM w. 208 
Howard G. 35 
Ida A. 38 
Isaac H 273 
Jachriah 148 
James 2S3 
.1 UM M. M 
Janet 220 
Joanna 10 
John P. 36 
Joseph 2nS 
Joseph R. 208 
Joshua 208 

Josi.ih 68 69 
Julia 20S 
I-otitia l'.l 
I ewis 20S 
I.i.vio M. 
Lucretia 106 
I.ucv '.»'.' 1 »"> 

Margaret 2 

Margaret A 208 
Marcaret E- 208 
Martha 908 215 . 
Martha E 212 
Mary ISO 1 10 908 297 
Marv Ann 15 
Mary E 196 
Marv Elizabeth SO 
Marv J. 209 



BROWN 

280 
Mill 
Mil 

Nai 

P( .Iv 277 
10 
Priscill 

I ix 1 1 \ 
Rol 

Ruth . 
luel 1 •■ 

'()8 
Stephei 

208 

Boaaa L 18 

tnnah 2<)H 285 
Thomae 134 136 229 
Vernoa Carleton 310 
WilUrd 19 
William T. 190 208 
BROWNEI.I, Ann I 
Martha 2 

Thomae 2 
BROWNIN 
Joanna 2 18 

John i 

BRUCE Upton 227 
BRUNT Thomae 221 
BRUSH Bam lei S 129 
BRYAN Bl 

Eleanor 270 

Elirabeth ! 

Henry 228 

John 

I eerie 137 
Margaret 296 

Osborn 270 
Rachel 153 
Richard 147 991 

\nn 152 
Thomas 2 12 2 

William l»7 - 
William Thomas 135 
BRYANT Briant 

Anne F.hzabeth xix 

Ebeneeer 248 

Frances EUm xix 
Hannah '.'I 

James Francis 248 
Jane I 
Joanna 248 
Mary I 
Nancy 248 
Percy xix 
Richard I 
BUCHANAN Buchan 
Elisabeth 230 
Gcon-' 

M.ir.irct 230 
M <:v 1 18 

Sophia . 

Susannah 2 
BUCK tuguatue H xlv 
BUCKINGHAM Nancy 223 
BUCKLAND William 22 
BUDD Etta M. 3 
BUELL Buel 

Abigail 14 

Avis 14 

Benjamin 35 

Charles 14 

John It 

Jonathan 14 

M irv 14 

Minerva 14 



\ 



Index of !'■ 



lxxvii 



BUBLLeoat'd 

l'.-t.r I t 

EUcbel l » 

Saiiiij.l I t 
Sunamiah I I 
Tl iliniui 1 1 

VioletU 38 

William u 
BUFFI NTON Maria 51 
Nathan .51 
Nathan J M. . r >l 

Sariili 51 
BUFFORD Jamea M. 200 

Miirv Gale 200 

BUFFUM Aaron 128 
Abigail 45 
A in'. -i 47 

Anna A. 48 
Benajah 48 

Caleb 44 45 40 48 50 
Cynthia 48 
Cyrus 51 
David 48 
Dolly 48 
I )<>rcaa 48 
I toroaa Nichols 48 
I'M ward 51 
Elizabeth 46 47 
Eunice 47 

Hannah 44 15 40 47 48 50 
Huldah 41 45 
Isaac 47 IS 
Jacob 128 
John 43 45 4S 
Jonathan 128 
Joshua 4.1 47 125 120 
Lydia 43 47 48 51 
Lydia B. 51 
Lydia II. 51 
Maria 48 51 
Mary 45 50 
Mary C. 48 
Patience 43 47 
Phcbc 47 
Phebe E. 51 
Samuel 45 47 48 
Sarah 47 48 
BULL Daniel 

Joanna 8 

Kcziah G 

Mary 6 

Thomas 6 
BULLARD Ella Maria lvii 
BULLEN Dana Ripley xix 
BULLOCK Jonathan Russell 320 
BUMP Alice 35 

Barnabas 35 

Eliza 35 

Elizabeth 35 

John 35 
BUNCE Aaron 9 

Hannah 7 9 10 

Susannah 10 14 
BUNKER Aaron 281 

Hannah 281 

Priaoilla 28 I 

Rhoda 283 

.Sallv 2 

Sarah 281 
BUN YON Enos ISO 

Margaret Little 129 
BURBANK Burbanks 

Jane M 

Johnson 90 181 

Marv 08 

Nabhv 90 

Rachel B. 1SI 

Thomas 08 

William 06 
BURCH Ann 221 

Ann N. 271 

Benjamin 144 230 2641 

Cassandra 283 

Catherine 277 

Edward 138 



BURGH cont'd 
l-.li/ iheth 210 
ElunU-th I 2' ') 

I ; ancii i I 

Jan.- I 

Jonathan II 2 

Joaaph N< 

Margaret 1 u 

Mary 271 

Bamuel 288 

Thomas 130 218 
BURDICK John 103 
BURGEE Thom - 2 12 
BURGESS Ann 230 

Charlea 862 
[ward I 10 

Elieha . 

John M l.i.H 218 

Josrph 138 

Kesiah 130 

Mary C. S3S 

Masncy 152 

Mildred i M 
Rachel 138 
Richard 142 228 % 
Sarah 151 
BURLEIGH Hurley 
Comfort 103 
David 64 

John 63 

Th lore 193 

William 84 
BURNHAM Hurnum 

Dorcas 06 

( leorge 318 
BURNILL John 288 
BURNS Elisabeth 150 

Margaret I o> 

Burn um xrr Burnham 
BURR Crorp' Lincoln 238 
BURRELL Allen 150 

Ann 218 

Marv 219 

s irah 223 
BURRJNGTON William 295 
BURRODALL Anthony 20 
BURROUGHS Uorrou K hs 

Elizabeth 239 

Francis 230 

< leorge 1 8 I 
BURT Alfred Ely xlv 

Elisabeth Wilder xlv 

Martha Elizabeth xlv 

Mary 102 
Burv sfr- Berrv 
BUSEY Ann 224 

Eleanor 223 

Elisabeth 13S 

James 201 

Mary 210 

B imuel 13 i 
BUSH Abigail 14 
BUSHBY Nat 
BUSHNELL Daniel Edwin SO 

Emma Helen 80 
wnucl Clarke 163 

BUTLER Buttekr 

Ann 386 

Charles 35 

Elisabeth 273 

George -' s -. , 

Joseph Green 318 

Lows i 

Marv Ann Ix 

M irv E. 103 

Stephen 103 

Walter 1 16 

William 35 
BUTT Eleanor 151 
Butteler see Butler 
BUTTER Ann. 

James 

John 18 20 23 29 30 

Judith 20 

Margaret 20 



BUT: .id 

P 

BUTTKHFIl I .:> Benjamin 208 
Danirl . 
Margaret 208 

Orj 

Rosie I. 208 

8am-. 

■ ih It 208 
BUTTERWORTH William 117 
BUZZELL llan 
J taaes H 

ers 

CADILLAC blaMothr 

n 

CADY Catherine K 107 
Cbeetai 107 

.'*•• I 07 
1 l( rgl I dwaid : 

Lucretia 107 
< Mender 107 
Penuel 107 

M 107 
CAGE Elisabeth 272 

Jstir 2< 

Marv 2 IS 

!'■ tat B I l-' 

Siinanuah . 

272 

Virlinda P. 208 

U illiam I 

William U 
CAHALEY Cahalv 

Thorn i .78 

CAHOE Ms 
CAICEL Suaannah I 
(AIN Mich 
Cai >d 

CALDWELL Acli* i 

Ann 24 • 

Ann Mr-Gee 249 

A i 

Anne 840 

Betsey I 

Clarissa 24 I 

Finwell Stewart 24 I 

Harriet 

Ineree -19 

Jame.H Gilmorc 249 

.... j i ■ . 

in 868 
Jonathan MeOee 249 

Joseph 

Lannia 84 < 

1 e> ia . . 

>:m.<-l I ; 
The- 'dorr 219 
William 24 I 
CALL E 
Fanny . 
Hannah 249 

Harriet 177 184 

Ira . 
John 249 

!•-..■ i 

Olive 240 
CALLAHAN Callahaae 
224 

■ 
John 1 

<im. nil 
CALLELY And:- 
CALLEY — Widon I 1 

CALMCOE J.^eph 141 

i 274 
CALLIS Garhnd 13S 

llenrv Addia 
CALLISEN Arthur h 



v 



lxxviii 



Index of Persons 



CALVERT Ann 236 

Caroline Man* 278 

Edward H. 221 

Elisabeth 130 

Borah 231 267 
Camel ur Campbell 
CAMER Corner 

laaao 103 
CAMERON C.mm.Ton 

Clin.it inn 103 

James ( ' 103 

Peter 103 

CAMMONS Catherine 140 
CAMPBELL Camel 

Ann 130 

Arthur 150 

Beteey 03 210 

Charlotte 03 

Elmira 03 

George WaahinKton 207 

Jatni'8 93 

Jnne 230 

John 93 

Joseph 93 

Michael 03 

Prudence 03 

Richard 267 

Samuel ( .K{ 

Sarah 150 
CANDAGE Susannah Ladd 2S5 
CANTER Priacilla . 

Zarhariah 223 
CAPEN Elmer Hewitt 1 
CAPRON Aaenath 107 

Joho 107 

William Banfield 107 
CAREW Henry 21 
CARGILL George 03 

Jamet 03 

Jane 03 

Nanry 03 

Robert 03 

Samuel 03 

William 03 
CARKIN L. Priacilla 192 

Levi 192 
CARLTON James 7 

John 35 

Lydia 35 

Sulla 7 
CARLYLE Thomas 
CARNEGIE Andrew 243 244 
245317 

Louise 245 

Margaret 245 
CARPENTER Abigail lii 

Amaaa 107 

Benjamin 300 

Beteey E. 208 

Charles Carroll xxviii lii liii 

Charles Lincoln liv 

Clarke C. 103 

Cornelia 215 

David lii 

Diana 200 

Elijah Woodward lii 

Elisabeth B. s. 108 

Eva Eatelle 209 

Feronia V liii 

Francis Wood 317 

George 200 

George Rice liv 

Jane Brodie liv 

John 300 lii 

Jonathan 200 

Jonathan .1 209 

Lydia 309 
Margaret M. 200 

Marv 107 
Marv .1. 808 
Mehitable 208 
Miriam 308 
Miriam Feronia liv 
Nathaniel 107 308 
Nicholas 308 



CARPENTER cont'd 
Snlly 800 

muel In 
Thomas 309 
Thomas B. 100 
Vallonia lii 

William 111 
William Bancroft liv 
CARR Amanda M. 1,'US 
Betty 31 1 
Britain 200 
I hebney 220 
!00 
Eleanor 200 
Eleanor Boucher 220 
Elisabeth 220 
Eunice 200 

Hannah 31 1 
Henry 200 
James 31 1 

John 137 310 
Margaret 200 

Mary 200 310 

Merebe 209 

Molly 31 1 

Moses 310 311 

Orville 200 

Overton 203 
Paul 311 

Peleg 200 

Prudence 93 

Silly 31 1 

untie! 220 

Sarah 200 

Susannah 311 
^Tece 200 
Carrcch see Carrick 
Carreck see Carrick 
Carrell see Carroll 
CARRET James Russell lx 
CARRICK Carrcch Carreck 

Ann 145 

Benjamin 2d'.) 

Mareea 1 12 152 219 

Sarah 140 
William 210 
CARRICO Ann 202 
Elisabeth 271 

Martha 265 

Bally 27» 
CARROLL Carrell 
Arauitnta 277 
Catherine 289 
Charles John 220 
Ignatius 227 
Jacob William 2S9 
James 153 

John 227 280 289 290 
Mary 134 139 

Marv Ann 2S0 287 289 

Michael B 278 

Patrick 219 

Rachel 288 291 

Baehel Lurvey 2S3 

Thomas 1 I 
CARRON John 151 
CARRUTH Antoinette Hale li 
CARSON Elisabeth 227 
CARSWELL Abner 250 

David 250 

Elisabeth 249 

Bather 248 

Eunice 250 
Mary 250 
Nathaniel 240 
Rebecca 250 

CARTER Elisabeth 221 

Elizabeth Van Suvcriegh 277 

George -70 

Jesse 231 

John 232 

Land on 220 

Richard 1 
CARY Aaron 250 

Charlotte 250 



CARY cont'd 

< >eorge Lovrll uii UI 

Hannah 150 

Jeasisaa 250 

John HO 

lie 1 1 in 

Mary Isabella xxx 

Susannah 250 

Willi in 

Zenas - 
CASE Abigad 300 

( Caroline \i\ i 

James lirowu U i 

Joseph 

Laura Lucretia xxvii liv Ixvi 

Louine W. li 

Marian It Ixvi 
CASEY John 1 
CASSELL John 228 

■ v 148 
CASTELL Cssteel 

An, 

Edmund 238 

CATE Almira F. 194 
Sally 181 192 
B unuel 101 197 

CATER 

— Mrs 
•talom 2 
niamin 2_'7 

Catherine 74 

Elisabeth 217 . 

George 270 

Mary . 

Sarah 145 
>maa 1 

Will, am ! 
CATES Judith 2S3 
CATLAND Abigail 184 

Hannah 1 

Jane 1 

John 100 184 

Joseph 

Patience 1G9 

Robert 

Kufus : 

Sallv 1 
CATLIN Catling 

Abel 14 

Abigail 14 

Arianda 10 

Aahbel 10 

Baron 14 

Betsey 14 

Charlotte 14 

1 >• nnis 14 

Ditha 10 

Dollv 1 4 

Dorothv 1 1 

Harrv 14 

Huldali B 10 

John in It 

Mai pilot 10 

Mary 14 

Nabby 14 

Polly 14 

Sally 10 

Samuel 14 

Thomas 14 
CATTINGTON James 261 
CATTNAN Lucretia 278 
CAUGHAN Thomas 21J 
CAUSE Ge 
CAVE Eluabeth 141 

M.irv 145 

B i rah 139 

Sary 148 

Thomas 142 147 
CAWLER William 134 
CAWOOD Caivrood 
ijamin 22 4 

Elizabeth 147 
try 203 



Index of Persons 



ban 



CAWOOD cont'd 

Harah Eleanor A. L. 270 
Stephen 163 
Thomas P. II. 277 

CAZIARK Mr !•.»'.) 
CECIL Cisil ( i --.II 

Elisabeth 289 

Rachel J 272 

Kamuel 2(1! 272 

Sarah 964 

Vir Under 272 

William 217 
CENNER John 136 
Chare sre Chaiio 
CHADSEY Demetrius M. 120 

Klixahcth Sedgwick 129 

William M 129 
CHAFFEE Adna Romania Iv 

Alice 35 

Elihu 35 
Chais ste Chase 
CHALONER Clarence 209 

Clarence Iv 209 

Clarence W. 209 

John K. 209 
CHAMBERLAIN Chambcrlin 

Benjamin xxxiv 

QflOrn Montgomery xxix 
xxxiv 

George Walter r,2 78 79 157 

163 vii x xvii 
James hfadiaon xxxiv 

John xxxiv 

Jcaepfa hitch xxxiv 

Laura xxxiv 

Louisa Ber-he xxxiv 

Lucy 213 

Mehitable xxxiv 

Rebecca xxxiv 

Richard xxxiv 
CHAMPNEY George Mather 4 
CHANDLER Abby 107 

Albert Minotli 

Alexander 250 

Alice 107 

Annis 105 

Betty 107 

Clark 250 

Daniel 129 

David 107 

Elira G 250 

Elizabeth 107 

Francis 250 

George 105 

Grace 107 

Hannah 107 

Horatio N. 250 

John 107 10S 250 

John B. 107 

Joseph 107 108 

Joseph H. 250 

Josiah 107 

Lemuel 107 

Lucretia A. 250 

Lucv Fiak 107 

Lydia 107 250 

Lydia H. 250 

Maria A. 250 

Martha 129 

Martha W. 132 

Mary 107 

Mary Ann F. 107 

Nanev 250 

Nathaniel 250 

Olive 108 

Olive Backus 107 

Pamela 250 

Peter 107 

Phebe 129 

Philemon 105 107 108 

Rufus 108 250 

Sarah 108 

Sarah Sturtevant 129 

Silas 107 108 

Sophia 250 



CHANDLKR r„„fd 

Btephea i"7 : 

Buaannah 107 ins 

Bylveeter 250 

William 105 129 
CHANEY Abraham 222 

Amon 262 

Dinah 270 

Parnate 268 

Krl.ec, SS: 

CHANNEL I ewis Prosper l. r .7 
CHAPIN ( harlcs Auguatui 
(Mrs i 318 

Howard M 14 

CHAPMAN Aaron .'15 30 37 
Ada E 85 

Albert P. M 
Alexander 86 

Aeaaada F. 30 

Amorett 35 
Anna 35 37 
Annis C. 43 
Ashl.el 85 86 
( "atherine L. 35 
Chaitea 85 37 
Charles W 85 
Charlotte <.'» 
Charlotte M 
Chelsea :<•', 30 37 
Chelsea B 85 
( '1-mssa Ann 35 
Collin :<:> 
Cynthia 35 30 
Cynthia J. M\ 
I). Buell 36 
1 laniel 36 
Delia L. 86 
Doremus D. M 
I >oremus M. 36 
Electa 85 .«'> 
Eliakim •'<•"> .'!»'■ 37 
Elijah 3. r > 36 :<7 
Elisabeth 85 36 

Eunice .'!."> 86 
Ezra 36 37 
Frances Jane 36 
Francis N 86 
Frank II. 86 
George B. 88 
Georgiana 86 
1 lannah .'<r. 

1 l.ir ru t 36 

Helen M 43 

Hcnrv 86 

Herbert I). 36 

Huldah 86 

Jacob 35 

Joanna 88 

Joseph A 1 M 

Lathrop I ee 36 

Lucia 36 :<7 11 43 

Lydia 36 :*7 

Lydia C. 35 36 

Maria 184 

Mariva 34 

Marlin 35 

Martha 86 

Mary 36 

Mary E. 88 

Mary H. 184 

Matte 88 

Minerva F. 88 

Nancy 35 36 37 i 

Nancy Anaoret 86 37 

Novatus 36 37 41 43 

Phebe P. 36 

R. Maria A7 
Rendav 35 36 37 
Reuben 86 37 
Roaalai Q 37 

Samuel 36 37 
Barah 86 

rah E 41 
Simon 85 88 37 
Simon C. 30 37 



CHAPMAN cont'd 
Solomo 
Sophia 
iphrooia 37 

Valerius 1 > (7 

Valerius \s 

Williitrn Henry 37 
CHARTER AU.y M. 37 
VI 37 

Smith M 
CHASE < l.aceChai* 

Abigail .1 xxxix 

Ada M r 

Alfr.-d 209 

Amanda 209 

Anna 64 

Aquila xxxix 

Arnold BufTura 317 

Arthur Horace xl 

Benjamin 209 

Bliaha 72 78 

Elisabeth 2(X» 

Ellen Sherwood xxiix 

I . / 1 i 1 1 I 

Fannie Seott xii 

Helen Elixabeth 318 
Horace xxxix . 

Ma M 

.I ,:.••- I HO 
Jour 

John Carroll 154 235 230 

316 v vii vin x xi xvi 
Joseph xxxix 
Joseph It . 
Josiah 65 
Ix>ve 70 
Margaret 209 

Mary G. 209 
MeluUble 209 
Mebiteble B. 209 
Moody xxxix 
Moaea 68 75 xxxix 
Nathan 10 
Nicholas 7 I 
uh 

Orrin D 209 

Phebe 209 
Rufus - 
Ruth I'M 

B 317 
Tolman 209 

William 2 

V\ illiam Martin xxvii xxxix 
CHATHAM Ann 22 J 
CHEADEL Eliaabeth 108 
CHENEY Abiel 108 

Ann 888 - 

Deborah 888 

Flean ■ 217 

Henrietta 149 
Henry l *•< 
John 139 
Mary 108 

Re .18 

Sarah 232 

-annah . 
CHESLEY EUaa 200 

Stephen 200 
CHEW Ann 222 

Philemon Llovd 152 
CHICKERJNG Abner xxxvi 

Caroline Augusta xxxvi 

John xxxvi 

Jonas xxxvi 

Lillian xxix xxxvi 

Nathaniel xxxvi 

Thomas Edward xxxvi 
CHILD Childs^ 

Augustus ISO 

Cephas 228 

Elvira 186 

Eunice 9 

Francis Lane xix 

Ira 186 



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Index of Persons 



CHILD oont'd 
John i 

Joseph 'J 17 

Lydia 186 

Parley IS'i 

Philctini C ISO 

Sully I Mi 

Samuel Mitohell viii 

Thomai I Bfl 

William 1 ti 
CHILTON James xxxiv 

Miiry xxxiv 
CHISAM Alvina B. 171 

Henry H 171 

Lucinda N. 171 184 

Mary Ann 171 

Samuel 171 

Samuel M. 171* 

William 171 
CHITTENDEN Hannah 209 

John C. 209 

Junia 209 

Mary J 209 

Ruanv 209 

Sally 210 

Susan 209 

Susannah 209 

William H. 209 
CHOATE Rachel IV 181 
CHOLLAR Samuel 108 
CHRISTOPHER Mary P. 33 
CHULEY Joseph 150 
CHURCH Abigail 200 

Elisabeth 145 

Joseph 227 
Margaret 187 

Rabcooa 278 

Susannah 217 

Thomas 135 
CHURCHILL Elizal>eth 84 

Joshua 84 

Phebe 84 
CIMPTON Thomas 137 
Ciflil see Cecil 
Cisscll Met Ccril 
CLAFLIN Arthur B. xix 

John 810 
CLAGETT Eleanor 140 205 

Elizabeth 218 

Harriet 220 

Henrietta M. 205 

Joseph White 142 

Margaret 148 

Mary 150 151 220 

Mary Ann 220 

Polly Bond 230 

Priscilla 148 

Rachel 207 

Sarah M. 227 

Sarah Maaruder 232 

Buaaanah 879 

Thomas Henry 232 

Thomas Magruder 232 

Wiaeman 137 
CLANCY Austin 170 

Caroline 17'i 

Edward 176 

John II. 170 

Nancy 170 

Robert 170 

William 176 
CLARK Clarke Clerk 

74 172 811 

A. Howard 168 

Abigail 99 

Abraham 147 274 

Amies 248 

Albem 207 

Albert W. 37 

Alexander 171 172 24S 

Alice | IS 
Almira 172 
Alvah 172 
Ann 13S 144 
Ann P. 273 



CLARK ooat'd 

Ann i 

Annn E. 41 
Am 248 
Benjamin Hall 
Be tee] 
M.ulah 248 
Bridget J09 
Cal 

Calvin 172 
Catherine 'J IS 
Charles 108 248 
Charlotte 172 

Daniel 
David '17 1 M 

Debby 73 

Deborah 70 
Deborah <;ott283 
D..rcaa 309 

'on 287 
Eleanor 231 271 
Eli 99 
Elijah 21S 
Elieha 99 248 
Elizabeth 148 172 248 309 
Eeaena 171 
Esther 248 249 
Eunice 248 
I'inncll 249 

Florence Thomson xlviii 
Get>rge 108 248 249 809 
Hannah 07 ^7 ;i'i 172 249 309 
Hannah N. 108 
Henry 135 
Hezokiah 248 
Isaac 9'.) ' 

James 74 70 140 172 248 
James E. 209 
Jane 172 181 
Janet 248 
Jean 249 
Jerusha 248 
John 74 150 172 24S 249 309 

xlviii 
John Lvman 249 
Jonas 249 
Jonathan 07 172 
Joseph 07 70 77 172 
Josiih 248 
Julia Ann 2S7 
Latham 108 
Levin 221 
I^wis J I ' 
Lucinda 37 
Lucinda Aldrich 1 
Lucy Caroline xlviii 
Lurana 184 
Lydie 87 172 174 
Lvrdamira 249 
Mabel Warner xlviii 
Margaret 150 248 
Maria 274 xlviii 
Mariamncv 232 
Martha 108 189 248 272 
M-irv 92 143 172 220 248 249 

262 509 
Mary Ann 182 271 
Matthew 108 248 849 
Mercy 309 
Mercy Maria 105 
Merwin xlviii 
Millev . 

Molly 248 249 

Moses 71 74 
Nabby 

Nancy 7" 172 219 285 
Nancy C 287 
Naomi 249 
Nicholas CO 71 73 172 

h 248 249 
Olive Jane .17 
Patience 172 
Philanda 249 
Relx?cca 249 
Rebecca Dow 1S4 



CLARK 
!:• il an -»^ 
Rich ki I l>. ( 

talinda 172 

Rut 

.imirl I 

itfa 248 

Silas 108 

•mnah 134 

'II 

Thomas Joshua 263 
Thomas K. 172 
Irian 309 
Walter Smith 204 
w urea 184 

West 99 

William 37 108 248 249 309 

William H 
William Henry 37 
Williey 151 
Willy Ann 269 
CLARKSON Charlea229 
Iward 1 12 
Elisabeth 219 
Joseph 1 19 

rah in 209 

CLARVOE Mary Ann - 
CLARY Edward 93 

Hannah 97 

Harrison 97 

John "7 

John M 93 

Laura 97 

Miles 97 

Nancy 93 

Richard 97 

Robert 93 97 

Rosanna 97 

Susannah 97 
CLASTON Finds! 2 
CLAUD Ephana 
CLEAVELAND Hannah 37 

1 >ran»re 37 
CLEIYTOR John 209 
CLEMENT Clements 

Allan M. 317 

Penjamin .307 

Betty 300 

< 'harles 307 

Daniel 309 

1 >>rcss 307 

1 lward 2 

Edward 11 220 

Elijah 
Frances H I 
rshom 307 

Hannah 306 

Jar 

Jeremiah 307 

Job 307 

John I 1 

Ua :«m» 307 

Mart! 

Mary .307 

Miriam 

Molly 
^es 307 

Phebe 

Robert 

- ■ 

8 irah 306 
CLEOB John 226 
Clerk <<r Clark 
CLIFFORD Milder 136 
CLIFTON Grace < lorhaaa 318 
CLOUGH David C. 49 

Isaac 49 

M 

Miriam 49 



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lxxxi 



CLOOSTON Thomas 322 
CLUBB Club 

Elisabeth ias 

Harriot 278 
Horatio MM ^77 

Levin 147 
Mary 227 274 

Rebecca 152 

Borah 270 '274 279 

William 222 
CLUBLE John 272 
Coal see Colo 
Coarneron \ee Cameron 
COATES Cotes 

l'mcent 108 

RobooM 108 

William 27.i 
COBB Abigail 87 

Elkanah 208 

James D. 272 

Joel 37 

Roxa 37 

Snr.«pta S. 37 
COBERTH Priscilla 270 
COCHRAN John 250 

Martha 100 

Mary 250 

Robert 250 

Sarah 250 • 
COCKLER John 225 
Cockshall see Coggeahall 
CODDINGTON William 30 
CODY Isaac 129 

Phel>e 129 

COE Barbara 2G1 

Eleanor 274 

Elijah 138 

Elizabeth B. 262 

Marsilva ISO 

Mill. urn 142 

Richard 144 
Coeley see Cooley 
COFFIN Ira 191 198 

Ira M. 195 

M. A. L. 191 

Martha A. 195 

Mary 181 195 

Mary A. 198 

Mary Ann 194 

Rebecca W. 233 

Samuel F. 233 

Thomas 195 
COFIELD Owen 142 
COGGESHALL Cockshall Cog- 
Kishall Cogshall Coxall 
Coxsall Kockssell 

Ann 31 

Anne 19 20 21 22 24 25 29 30 

Hedaiah 32 

Catherine 21 

Catteren see Catherine 

Elizabeth 19 21 28 29 31 

Hananeel 32 

James 21 32 

Joan 31 

John 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 
27 28 29 30 31 

Joshua 21 31 81 

Katharine 19 20 21 28 29 

Mary 21 27 30 31 

Patience 31 

Rebecca 31 

Richard 19 28 

Wayte 32 
Coghlan see Coughlan 
Cogshall see Coggeshall 
COGSWELL William 184 
COLBATH Colbea Colbeth 

Adaline 190 

Betsev 801 

Julia 195 

Rosamond 200 

William 147 203 
COLBY Colbey 

Hester Ann 194 



COLBY cont'd 

Lyili.i 183 

Thomas W ru 
COLCORD Benjamlo 74 75 79 

Eliza 79 
Qidooo 75 79 

Jeremiah 77 
Jul) 77 

Joha P. 79 

Joseph Ix-avitt 7'.l 

Polly 77 

Sally 78 
COLE Coal 

A. J. 190 

Abby A. 190 

Ambrose 315 

Amoa 315 

Arthur Charles 101 

Caleb 49 50 125 120 

Chloe 215 

Elizabeth 230 312 315 

George 135 271 

Hannah 48 210 

Hannah 11. 50 

James 48 50 

Joseph 48 

I^vi J. 190 

Lizzie 190 

Lvdia 49 

^la^gc^y 217 

Marv 18 125 150 223 315 

Priscilla 266 

Russell 15 

Sarah is BO 

Stephen 128 

Susannah 15 

Wtghtmao 103 
COLEMAN 200 

Abby 189 

Abigail P. 193 

Arabella 188 

Caroline 192 194 

Caroline Amanda 198 

Caroline P. 190 

Clark 188 

Comfort 191 193 

David 192 

Dorothy 192 

E. 197 

Kleazer 197 200 

Enoch 188 

Enoch T. 188 200 

Bphrainf 182 202 

George 189 190 

George E. 205 

Hannah P. 193 

James 192 190 202 204 

Jerusha A. 194 

John W. 197 

Joseph 197 202 

Margaret 197 

Marv 192 200 

Mary Adams 192 204 

Mary E. 189 190 193 

Marv 0. P. 205 

Mehitable 197 

Nancy 196 

Nathaniel P. 192 

Olive 194 

Olive F. 188 

Phillis 197 

Phineaa 191 198 199 200 

Rosamond F. 195 

Sarah 182 200 

Barak A. 192 
COLGATE Anne xlv 
COLGROVE Archibald 108 

Archibald H. 108 

Susan 108 
COLLARD Eleanor 221 

Elisabeth 142 
COLLEY Collav 

Mary 78 

Richard 75 

Samuel 05 07 



COL1 BY 

Wil!t*m 
COLLINS Col lines 
is 14 

--tlx-th I 17 .'.'1 
m l n 

21 « 
>LT Siiiiiuel I'.iuicroy 316 
.»r lee ' 

- " I '.kiIIiIhi 

UPTON llrnry 
i set < .oiiiba 
CONANT Elizabeth 128 

< Sideoo 1 28 

Nathaniel 129 
CONAWAY Conoway 

Addison 2 11 

( toborn 
CONE Kate Morris rill 
CONKLIN James 209 

Martha S. 200 
CONLEY AcKra 146 

Ann 1 17 
CONN Ruth 134 
CONNELL John 228 
CONNER Connor 

Rita Ann 2 

Solomon 150 

Thomas 140 231 

Timothy 4 

Washington Everett (Mrs.) 

CONNOCK Will.arn 223 
Connor iee Conner 
CONSTABLE John 138 
CONTEE Arm 137 

1 ieanor 139 

Elisabeth 

Jane 142 

John 268 279 

Mary 140 

Richard A. 146 
rah 151 
CONVERSE Edmund Cogswell 

.U7 
COOK Cooke 

Ann 232 

Delila 229 

Eliza 283 

Elisabeth 221 275 

Florence Maria 165 

Ichabod 103 

Jacob - 

James 275 

Jeremiah 1 18 

John 228 229 295 

Joseph 154 

Keziah 163 

Ixmis 163 

Louis Atwood 77 163 164 165 
mi xxvm 1 ivi 

Louisa 163 

Liicmda Aldrich 165 

Marv 295 

M k rv Ann - 

Miriam 12 

Nathan 2 

Nicholas 1 

N ah 103 

Olive W I 

Omnia Rallou 163 

Rebecca 137 

Rhoda I 

Richard 277 

Robert 151 

Ruth 2 
: \h 285 

Sidney Rosen 165 

Thsddous 

Theodore 275 

Walter 163 104 

WilUaoB 135 221 
ah 219 

Zimri 163 
COOKSEY Cookseye 



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Index of Persons 



COOKSKY cont'd 
Andrew 22''. 
Aim 230 

Elisabeth 264 209 
Jonathan 271 
Margaret Perrie 273 

Murv 270 

Nathaniel T. 277 
Samuel 2 

Sarah ir,.i 272 

Barah !) 268 
COOLEY Coeley 
Benjamin 271 

Jane 150 
COOLIDGE Elisabeth 218 

Frederic Shurtleff (Mrs.) 318 

Henry Dinglcy 81 242 

Mary 142 

Samuel Judson 223 
COOMBS Comba Coma 
Coombea 

— Widow 71 

Betsey 73 

Elisha L03 

Francia 67 

Henry L. 278 

John B7 

Joseph 143 222 

Joshua 103 

Teriasa see Theresa 

Theresa 143 
COOPER II. C. (Mrs.) xxxiii 

Jamet 276 

Katharine 157 
COPELAND Abilene 114 

Asa 114 
CORBIN Elisabeth P. 108 

Lamed L08 
CORD John 231 
COREY Charles E. 209 

Harvey 208 

John L. 209 

Luther 209 210 

Mary 209 

Mary J. 210 

Othnicl 210 

Thcodocia 210 

Thomas H. 210 
CORFRIEST Francis 277 
CORLET Barbara 3 

Elijah 3 
CORMERAIS Hcnrv D. 155 
CORNELL Edward 294 
Cotes see Coates 
COTTON 10 

Abigail 108 

Abigail Storrs 108 

Anna 108 

Anne 108 

Biby Lake 108 

Chester 108 

Elizabeth 10 108 109 

Harney 108 

John 108 

Joseph 10 i 

Lake 109 

Margaret 125 

Martha 108 109 

Marv Jane 193 

Owen 109 

Patty 109 

Samuel 109 

Samuel Storrs 109 

Sarah 10S 109 

Sarah W. 109 

Simon 108 109 

Simon L. 109 

Thomas 108 109 
COTTRELL Susannah 209 
COUGHLAN Coghlan Cough- 
land 

Daniel J. 164 

Dennis 134 

Richard Johnson 145 

William J. 164 



COUNCE Mary Ann 172 
COURSON — Mr 73 
coukter Aaron B 129 

James Howard 129 
Phebe 120 

COURTS Charles 263 

Henrietta 284 

William 264 277 
COUSINS Eliaha 284 

Hannah 2St 

Irene B. 287 

Nancy C. 287 

Thankful 284 
COVERT EleonoraC. 41 
COVINGTON Alexander 223 

Leonard 150 
Levin 221 
COWAN Andrew 129 
Eliaa 212 

Eohremia 129 

Mary 129 
COWLES Benjamin 210 
COX Benjamin xlii 

( "hurled Motley llii 

Edwin Birrhard xxviii xlii 

Emeline Bancroft xlii 

Emetine Brewor xlii 

Mackall S. 264 

Mary Lane xlii 

Matthew xlii 

Robert xlii 

Ruth Emerson xlii 

Sarah 279 

Sarah A. 225 

Thomas Smith 145 

Walter B. 136 

William 221 
Coxall see CogKcahall 
Coxsall see Coggeshall 
COYLE Francis 268 

John O. 242 
CRABB Charles 153 

Priacilla 218 
CRACKLIN Nancy 261 

Susannah 266 
Cracroft see Craycroft 
CRAFT Joseph 109 
CRAIG Anna Maria Robinson 
130 

Archibald 130 

Gertrude 130 

Lucy Ann 192 

Margaret 129 

Silas 192 201 
CRAIK Mariamncy 232 
Craine see Crane 
CRAM James 72 
CRAMPTIN Alice 141 
CRANDALL Crandal Crandell 
Crandol 

Bridget 302 

Elizabeth 220 268 

Jonathan 103 

Sarah 225 

Thomas 231 
CRANE Craine 

Albert xxvii Iv lvi 

Batbaheba 287 

Benjamin Franklin lvi 

Clarissa Lawrence lv 

Deborah lv 

Ebeneier lv 

Ellen ManaSeld lvi 

Fanny lvi 

Henry lv 

Joseph lv 

Mary lv 

Richard Teller 316 

Robert Alexander 26S 

Sarah lv 

Tabitha lv 

Thomas lv 

Winthrop Murray 236 
CRANSTON Amanda 214 
CRAPO William Wallace 317 



CKAVF.R Elisabeth 226 

Jaroli 22»l 
CRAWFORD Basil B. 268 

Hugh 139 

James 225 228 

Margaret 222 

Martha 219 

Mary I 

Uarhel 270 
rsh 150 

Tilghman 277 
CRAYCROFT Cra<- ro ft 

Ann 270 

Clemen! 267 274 

Elisabeth 150 

George L'7»> 

John » 

Mary 269 
CREATON John 143 
CREEK Margarrt 228 
CRISDE John 156 
CRITTENDEN Albert Ran- 
dolph 318 
CROCKER Ahigail 170 

William H 31<J 
CROCKETT Crocket 

Adaline 95 
. 95 

Eli Noyes 95 

Elisabeth 64 

I ;>hraun 68 

John 64 

J.mscott 95 

Sarah 95 

Simeon 95 

Thomas U. 95 

William 95 
CROMACH Charles 250 

Emaransa 250 

Eunice 250 

James Chapman 250 

Eydia 250 
!y 250 
CROMPTON Marv 229 
CROMWEL Lucy 309 
CRONER Margaret G. 228 
CROOKE Crook 

Eleanor 232 281 

John 223 285 

Marv 223 

mod 261 

IS innah 266 
Walter 286 

CROSBY Margaret J. T. xix 

Walter . 

William H. 235 
CROSS Airey Ilcall 268 

Eleanor 138 

Elixabcth 275 

Fielder 273 

Fielding 219 

John 268 

Joseph 143 272 279 

Mary 139 2 

Thomas 139 224 

William 264 
CROW John 139 

Launcclot 219 

Margaret 266 
CROWN Elisabeth 141 

Joseph 220 

William 225 
CRUTCHLY Delia 144 
CUFF Pamela 273 
CULVER Catherine 279 

tmuel 278 
CUMMINGS Cummin 

Abigail 84 

Albert Orrin 85 

Annie D. 86 

Betsey 84 

Charles 210 

Elixabeth 84 

Isaac 83 S5 

Isabella 85 



Index of Persons 



lxxxi 



ii 



CUMMINGS cont'd 

John K.l 

Mary Mart 83 84 85 
Mellen H- r > 
Nathaniel 81 
Oliver HI 
I'hel.e 84 
I'l-riiliM H3 85 80 
Sully A. 810 
Sarah 83 210 
Sibylla 84 
Whitney 83 84 85 
CUNNINGHAM Alexander 92 
Alice 95 
Ann 94 157 
Austin 95 
Benjamin 93 
Charles 92 
Cushing 93 
Daniel 93 
David 92 157 
El bridge 95 
Elisabeth 92 93 484 
Ephraim 92 
Eunice 95 
Franklin 92 
( ieorge 95 
Hannah l. r )7 
Hartley 94 
Henry 92 
James 93 157 
John 92 153 157 266 
Johnson 1 

Joseph 94 

Mary 92 93 95 

Murray 92 

Nancy 95 

Nathan 93 

Patty 92 

Peggy 92 

Robert 92 93 

Ruth 94 . 

Samuel 94 95 

Sarah 92 94 157 167 

Sewil 94 

Stenson 93 

Susannah 93 95 

Thomas 93 157 

Washington 95 

William 92 94 157 
CURCAURD Mary J. 148 
CURRIER Luciuda 184 

Orrin 184 

Samuel C. 184 
CURTIN Curtain Curtcn Curt- 

lUg 

Dennis 222 2G8 

Elizabeth 264 

Felly 272 

Henley 2G6 

Hesckiah 273 

Mary 80] 

William 268 273 
CURTIS Nathaniel (Mrs.)'xix 
CUSHMAN Ora E. 37 

Wilson I). 37 
CUTCHES Margaret 275 
CUTCHLY Ann 145 
CUTLER Lucy 37 

Lucy D. 37 

Olive Woolworth xxxii 

Samuel 37 
CUTTER Ammi 3 

Barbara 3 

Benjamin 3 4 

Deborah 3 

Eliiabeth 3 

Ephraim 3 

Esther 3 

John 3 

Lvdia 3 

iNlary 3 

Mary Eliiabeth A 

Rebecca 3 

Richard 3 



CUTTER cont'd 
Sarah Hamlen 8 
William 3 

Willmm Richard 3 4 5 ixvu 

CUTTS Elua 200 

Mary 230 

Oliver 200 
cymhal Robnri 03 

DABNEY Mary 221 
DABOLL Abigail 210 

David 210 

Frederick A. 210 

Hannah 210 

Samuel 210 

Benaen 8. 210 

Wealthy A. 215 
DAILEY Daley Dayley 

Eunice 16 

Moses 222 

Thomas 217 
Daingcrhcld see Dangcrfield 
Duivas see Davis 
Daley see Dailcy 
DAME Abigail 198 

Addie 190 

Amos 190 191 194 205 

Betsey 198 

Elisabeth 191 194 203 

James E. 190 

Jerusha A. 190 104 

John 197 

Mary H. 195 

Olive 195 

Polly 191 

Richard 125 196 198 

Samuel F. 205 

Timothy 194 203 
DANA Elijah 109 

Elisabeth 109 

Isaac 109 

Mary 109 

Samuel 109 

Stephen 109 

Susannah 109 
DANE Charlotte 193 

Willium 180 
DANFORTH Charles F. 319 

Nancy 222 
DANGERFIELD DaingerGcld 

Henry 205 

William Allen 803 
DANIELS Lucretia 210 

I.vdia 210 

Rebecca P. 210 

Samuel 210 

William W. 210 
DANIELSON Benjamin 138 

Zachariah 135 
Dannison see Denison 
DARBY Anna 37 

Jonathan 37 

Jonathan T. 37 

Lucretia 238 

Roger 238 

Roxy 40 

Ruby 37 

Samuel 87 
DARBYSHERE Elisabeth 137 
DARCY Darcey Darsey 

Ann 153 

Eliiabeth 265 

Francis 272 

George 224 

John 147 

Lucy 230 

Mary 217 270 

Rebecca 230 
DARLING — Widow 71 
DARNALL Elisabeth 275 

Francis 273 

Gerrard 140 146 

John 142 

John S. 205 



DAKNAI.I. cont'd 
Mai 

Kachri 

Sarah 148 231 
in 1 13 
Willis 

I ' i: 1 Jarry 

DART Edwin D. 38 
M irut 

Balmoa 

Salmon I 
DARY ElisaUth in 
DASHIKI I. I hooJM B 271 
DAUGHKRTY James 2'. 
DAVENPORT B-Ucy 25<J 801 
) 251 

Hannah 250 
John 850 
Jonathan O. 250 
Joseph . 

sua 251 
Mary .250 
Mary Ann 251 
Patienoa 2 

S.r,y| R 2 
< ire Davis 
DAVIDSON Ann 140 
Henry . 
Plinny . ' 

DAVIS D.-uvaa Daves Davies 



Abig ni 100 

Alfred 

Ann 135 143 217 261 

Reno - 

*ey 198 
Charles 11. 234 
Charlotte Mary xxiv 

l >i-. i d 

221 
Elisabeth 97 141 262 263 302 

I i Mansfield i 
Emetine 97 
Eugene Alroy 80 xix 
Frances 245 

>rge 97 

II tnnaii 286 
ll.-,.rv l.'.l 
Isaac 97 

J. Mansfield Ivi 
J.imes 97 i 
Jemin i 140 
John 137 
John L. 274 
Jonathan 149 
Joshua 103 218 
Josish 272 
Julicn Tappan 316 
Leonard 207 
Louisiana 234 

ris97 
Martha M lvi 
Mary I 

Mary Ingraham 83 
Mmty 150 
Miriam 309 
Nancy 97 273 

son C. 319 
Pamela 97 
Pollv 270 
Rebecca 266 
Rebecca G. 276 
Richard 141 
Robert 
Ruth 260 
Sarah 150 
Sdas 103 
Simon 198 202 
Sophia 135 
Susannah 97 270 
Thomas 152 
Thomas C. 271 
Wdliam 271 302 



lxxxiv 



Index of J'ersons 



DAVIS cont'd 

Eaeeheus 2S2 
DAVOL William 204 
DAY Amy J.l 1 

Betaey 100 10Q 

Calvin 109 

Eleanor Ml 

Eliaha is* 

Elmira KM) 

Buoiee 95 

Hannah 100 

Hudson 100 

Jane 10U 

John P. 100 

Lydia 170 

Margaret 231 

Martha Wi'J 

Mary 100 

Susannah 100 

William 100 
Dayley see Dailcy 
DEAKINS Elisabeth D. 274 

James 2G7 

Michael 137 

Rebecca 275 

Ruth 275 

Walter 276 
DEAL Deale 

(leorKe 184 
. Henry 220 

Mary 184 
DEAN Christina 216 
DEARBORN Derbon 

64 

— Mr. 77 

— Mrs. 73 

— Widow 64 
Daniel 65 

John 68 70 72 74 
Jonathan 64 
DEARER Michael 273 
DE BUTTS Mary Ann 267 
DECKER Rachel 180 
DEERING Charles 236 
DELANO Eugene 316 
DELEHAYE Joseph 140 
DEMAR Amelia 141 
Elizabeth 270 
Sarah 272 
Theodore 27o 
DEMCEY John 145 
DEMENT Richard 266 
DEMINCE Ann 109 

Penuel 100 
DEMING Elizabeth 12 
DEMMON Edith Clarke lv 
DENBOW Marv 283 
DENIO Herbert Williams 1S6 
DENISON Dannison 
Jabei 100 
Keziah 100 
Rachel 100 
Rhodv 228 
DENNETT Charlotte Lamson 
xl 
Mark 100 204 
Mary E. 100 
DENNIS Arthur Wellington 
31S 
John Bartlett 316 
Robert 294 
DENOON John 223 
DENSMORE Mary 283 
DENT Chloe Hanson 151 
Eleanor 147 
Patrick 265 
De Poincy see Poincy 
Derbon see Dearborn 
De Richemont see Rochemont 
De Rochemont see Rochemont 
Der Veer see Van der Veer 
DESHON Matilda 184 
DESMOND Margaret 20S 
Devan see Devon 
DEVAUGHN Susannah 140 



DEVON D< 

Michael 267 2' 
DEWKL Dud 

In 103 

I ..• i i , 
DE WITT I).- \V,t 

A S P A 

Ann Elita I'M 

CaraUn B IM -'05 

Leonard i 

Miaata 202 

Bophi a K 1 1 : 
DEXTER Ann 109 

Caroline 109 

Clarissa 109 

Smith 109 
DKYEAR Peter 271 
DIHBLE Chaunccy Lee 130 
DICK Mary 222 
Dickson tee I )ixon 
DIGGS Di^ge* 

Ann 139 

Ann Maria 266 

Baley 278 

Eleanor 142 

Jane 198 

Joanna 277 

Teriaaa see Theresa 

Th«'r«-s:i 1 I { 
DIGLETT John 23 
DIJEAN l'.;.r 145 
DILLINGHAM Eunice 234 

John 234 

Barafa 234 

Wealthy 234 
DIMAN Dimon 

— Mr. 65 

— Mrs. 73 

D. R. 76 
James 76 

DIMOCK Henry F. (Mrs.) 236 
Dimon see Diman 
DINON William 267 
DINSMORE H. P. (Mrs.) 318 
DIX Alice 287 
DIXON Dickson 

Andrew 237 lxi 

Barbara 273 

Clara lx 

Edward 273 

Elizabeth 270 

Marv 232 
DOANE Doan 

Alfred Alder xxviii xl 

Angeline 186 

C. L. 187 

Clarissa 187 

Daniel xli 

E. P. 1S6 
Edmund xli 
Esmond L. 186 
Krancene E. xli 
Israel xl xli 

J. A. 188 
Jerusha 187 

loaw 187 

John xl 

Leonard 1S7 

Louisa xl 

Matilda 186 187 

Ormill 186 187 

Onnill W. 186 

Phebe M. 187 

William 187 

William Lcohard 187 
DOCKUM — Widow 66 

Colt. hi 84 

Phcbe 75 
DODD Edward 12 

Lydia 12 
DODGE Abigail 283 2SS 201 

Cleveland Hoadlev 316 

Ezra Herrack 281 288 

James tlanaoo 2S0 

Jane 283 290 291 



DODGK 

Jar _'8g 

John Somes .'S8 
Lydia 2W 288 289 290 

. Ili-ri 
Nlary 2X1 i 
Mary Jane 289 
Olivat l«r» 
I'.- 

lonzo 290 
Reuben an 285 288 290 

Rhoda Richnrdaon 288 
Robart I > itlay zix 

Sally 109 
DODSON Ann 278 
Elizabeth 2 
John 230 277 

Bamue 
DOGGETT Samuel Bradlw vi 
DONLKVKY Charlea 225 
DONNELSON Donelaon 

\. -...•« 251 

Anna 2'. I 

Afttfa 851 

Daniel 2,\ 

Diana 251 

John 251 

Matthew 251 

Mossa 251 

Obed 251 

Reuben 251 

Ravel L'.'.i 
DOOLIN(i Martin 27S 
DORSELL Dorsele 

Samuel 27] 

Thomas 145 
DORSETT Fielder 218 
imuel 218 

Thomas 145 

Thomas M. 225 
DORSEY Edward 226 

Henrietta 223 

Jeeee 222 

Joshua 224 

William 231 
DOTY Eunice 212 

William 210 
Doud see Dowd 
DOUGLAS Douglsss 

Asa 210 

Benjamin 210 212 

Beriafa i 

Betaey 210 

Cynthia 212 

I'm 210 . 

Elisabeth 210 226 

Elmira 211 

Elmira J. 210 

Hannah 210 

Henry T. 210 21 1 

Lois 210 211 

Lucy 210 213 

Margaret 210 

Mariam 210 

Marv 06 

Mary M. 210 

MyraSlO 

Nancy W. 210 

Rebecca 210 

William 210 

William B. 210 

William H. 211 
DOVE Deborah 145 

Elizabeth 137 140 213 

Isaac 229 281 

Mary 151 

Mary Ann 144 

Sarah 268 

Thomas H 
DOW 102 

Abby 101 : 

Amos 108 200 203 204 

Clarissa J. 103 



v 



Index of Persons 



lxxxv 



DOW ront'.i 
David 4S 
Eliza 102 

Eliza Ann 2(K) 20. r » 
Elisabeth 183 102 
Emeline 203 
Esther 48 
I'.umy 183 
Frances I. 193 
George Francis vii iv 
Hannah 125 183 
Herbert 191 

Inane 191 195 199 203 205 
Jan.- 183 
Jeremiah 183 
John 125 
Jolin K. 183 
Jonathan 48 

L. Priaeilla 192 

Langdon 195 203 
Lydia 48 192 198 
Mclauren 100 
Margaret M. 195 
Martha A. 203 
Mary 125 183 
Mary Jane 193 
Nancy 184 
Nelly 183 

Oliver 125 

Otis 125 

Peter 183 

Rebecca 183 

Richard 125 

RoManna 183 

Sally 183 

Samuel 200 

Susannah 183 

Thomas 183 

Valentine P. 192 193 206 

William N. 183 

Zilpah 125 
DOWD Doud 

Joseph 318 

Rebecca In 
DOWELL Richard 220 

William 277 
DOWNES Downe Downs 

Amy 226 

Ann 311 

Charity 310 

Daniel 229 

Elizabeth 223 

Emmy 230 

John 151 

Joseph 311 

Letty 230 

Lucy 137 

Moses 310 

Patience 307 310 

Paul 310 

Pomfrey 310 

Rebecca 310 

Rhoda 311 

Richard 310 
DOWNING 77 206 

Abigail 199 
Albert W. 205 
Alice 189 191 200 203 
Ann E. 194 
Ann Sarah 194 
Bartholomew 197 199 
Betsey 192 198 200 
Caroline M. 192 
David 197 
Deborah 197 
Dolly 191 202 
Eliza 191 198 
Elizabeth 108 198 
Frances 19o 
Hannah 203 
Harrison 198 
Henrv J. 1S9 191 194 
John 191 
John H. 200 201 
Jonathan 197 



DOWNING eoni'd 

■ ;.li 270 

Joshua 180 I'M 209 
leatoJi I'M .'no 809 
Lueretia V iv» 

I.ydia 197 

Lydia J 101 194 

Mary 1SU MM 194 202 
Mary 1 |.vi 
Mary Jane 202 
Marv W 871 

Nelaon V 102 
Olive 201 

"Mi B 180 191 198 199 200 
Richard 190 197 202 203 
Richard II. 194 
Samuel l'.Mi 101 
Saruh 283 

Sarah B. 194 

Tain 

Theodore 205 
Downs ire Downcs 
DOXY Susannah 225 
DOYLE Elizalwth 38 
Henry H. 38 
John I,. 38 
Martha A. 38 
Philip 38 
DRAKE O. W. 204 

Martha M. 43 
DRANE Ann 152 
Anthony 136 153 
Eleanor 153 
Elizabeth 181 
Elisabeth Piles 221 
HI ton Smith 272 
James 150 
Stephen 218 
Thomas 147 
DRAPER George Albert 317 
DRESSER Ebeneier 109 
Elizabeth 109 
John 109 110 
Jonathan 109 
Lyman 109 
Mary 109 
Nathan 110 
Orinda 110 
Samuel 110 
Sarah 110 
DREW Abigail 313 
Betty 310 
Elisabeth 313 
Hannah 191 
John 313 
Martha 196 
William 201 202 
DROWN Marv F. 195 
Mehitable 192 
Samuel 192 195 199 200 
DRUMMOND Dmmmon 
Elizabeth 230 
Hugh 230 
Huffa W. 279 
DRURY Charles 269 
DUCKETT Ann 152 262 
Bareech 14 1 
Charity 135 
Eleanor 137 
Eliza 268 
Elisabeth 22S 273 
Isaac 153 
Jacob 225 
Janice 270 
Jane 218 
John 271 
Kitty - 
Lucy 152 
Margaret 287 
Mary Ann 273 
Matty 228 
Richard Jacob 219 
Samuel 275 
Sophia 279 
Susannah 281 



DUCKBTT awfal 

bomaa 230 

DUDLEY David 47 
iicc 47 
tjah 47 
Susannah 47 
" I>»-wel 

8UI1AYS Willi.m 231 
UKE Mary 138 
DULANY Dulaney 
Benjamin Taaker 221 
Eleanor 229 
John P 1 
Mary 268 

<rt 230 
William 275 
DULEY John 226 

Mn 224 
DUNHAK Elisabeth 11 
Georgr 130 
John 17 
Mary 17 

Molly 17 
Panto 88 

Ruth A. 184 
DUNCAN Dunkin 
Alevia Ross 130 

George 130 

(Jrzr*: 223 

Richard 130 
DUNHAM Daphne C. 187 

Frank 187 
1! W 

Haiti- Bell 187 

Jease 187 

Jeaae Davison 187 

Lucy 187 
Dunkin itt Duncan 
DUNLOP Dunlap 

Amy 130 

Elisa Willett 130 

George 273 

Joseph 278 

Mary 129 130 

Sarah 129 

Thomaa 130 

William 129 130 
DUNN Elisabeth 2 
DUNNING Ebeneser Stanwood 
xlvi 

Harold Gardner xlvi 

Harriet Puhngton xlvi 

Jamea Gardner xlvi 

Ray Potter xlvi 

Samuel 231 ■ 

Sarah Lilly xxviii xJv 

Zachariah 271 
DUNSCOMBE George Ella- 
worth 317 
DUNTON 239 

David 98 

Joseph 98 

Lavinia 98 

Maria 98 179 

Peter 98 

Sarah 98 

Washington 98 
DU PONT William 318 
DURANT William Crapo 316 
DURFEE Sarah Borden xxxiii 
DURGIN H. C 291 

Hannah 286 291 
DURITY Sarah 220 

W,ll, am 223 
DURKEE Benjamin F. 113 

Charles 113 

Edw. R. 130 

Man U3 

Selah <>tis 130 
DURRELL Harold Clarke ▼» 
DUTCH Abigail 238 

Osman 238 

Robert 238 

Samuel 238 
DUVALL Duval 



VOL. LXXIII. 



23 



\ 



Ixxxvi 



Index of Persons 



DUVALL cont'd 
Airy 230 
Alice 206 
Amelia 229 
Anton 206 272 
Ann 2ti. r > 

Barton 280 278 
Beale 226 2. 12 
Benjamin lis 27(1 
Cecilia 272 
Charles 135 2:n -J.it 

Coin. or.- 150 
n.lius 229 
Eleanor 229 

Eleanor Ann 229 

Elisha 14G 

Eliza 27.1 

George Washington 275 

Henry 280 

Jemima Ann 231 
Jesse 150 
John 217 232 
Joseph 227 
Lawn 229 
Mackscy 262 

Mareen 139 

Mark Mrown 217 

M.-irsh M. 1 |Q 

Maraham 228 

Martha 273 

Mary 139 152 227 2G4 275 
278 

Maetum 26 I 

Matilda 269 

Rachel 148 228 

Rebecca 230 

Richard 230 

Roeener S. 277 

Ruth 136 

Samuel 229 

Sarah 217 2G9 274 

Sarah K. Peach 267 

Sophia 224 

Susannah 14G 

Thomas 229 

Thomas Clarke 2G5 

Tobias 219 

Trucman 228 

Violetta 271 

William N. 2G9 

W,llv 269 

Zadok 152 
DWIGHT Richard Henry Win- 
slow vi xii xv xxvi 
Dvar si-,- Dyer 
DYCKMAN Ovkcman 
John 320 321 

Mehitahle 320 
DYER Dyar 
Aaron 276 
Ann Eliza 275 
Catherine 2GG 
Charles 292 
Erances xxxii 
George 144 228 270 
Heuny 226 
Henrietta 146 
John R. 267 
Joseph xxxii 
Lucy 267 
Martha 292 
Martha Ann 151 
Mary 292 

Mary Henrietta 136 
Milley 224 
Phebe Martha xxxii 
Robert 226 
Sarah Ann 275 
Susan 269 
William 292 
Dykeman see Dyckman 

EAGLEN Ea«lin 
Jane 149 
Thomas 220 



EAMES see also A me* 
Aldcn A. 101 
Alice 170 174 
Charles W 170 
Comfort 170 
Elizabeth 96 101 

ily 170 
Francis 96 170 
Jan.- 170 
John 101 170 
Jonathan 96 170 
fioutaa 170 
Maria 96 170 
Mary 96 170 
Mo ■>■- '"■ 
Nancy 101 170 
Olive I7D 
Paul 96 170 

Phineai 170 
Rodney 170 

Ruth 170 
Sally 101 
S:miuel 170 

Sarah Ann 170 

Thankful 96 

Warren G. 101 

William '.»''. 
EANHAM Archibald 222 
EARLE Earl 

John 224 295 297 298 

Mary 296 

Nancy Hacker Iviii 
Prudence 2 
Suaannah 22 1 
William 292 295 297 
EARLY Earlie Earley 
Ann 134 231 

Benjamin 150 

Renoni 271 
Catherine .1 UM 279 
I.< in! II 27 1 

Marth.i 220 

Thomas 144 205 

Willicia 209 
tcp see Estep 
EASTON Ann 31 

Elizabeth 137 

Mabel 12 

Nicholas 31 

Peter 31 

Sarah B 
EASTWOOD Ann 261 

Elisabeth 220 

J in w. 268 

Sarah 22."> 
EATON Abigail 283 

Ebeneser 282 

Elisabeth 38 

Eat! - 

Hannah 88 187 

Herrick 285 

Jairus 187 
Joshua 2S5 
Luther 38 
Mary 38 187 
Ralph 38 

Samuel 2S0 

Solomon 38 
EDDIS Leonard 139 
EDDY Ella Marie xlir 

Justus xlix 

Lucy M:irie xlix 

Sarah Amelia xli 
EDELEN Edelin tMlin 

Caroline 272 

Catherine 149 272 

Clary 226 

Clement 139 

Edward 226 

Edward C 228 

Eleanor 136 

Elixal>eth 137 153 228 

Elizabeth Emily 279 

Francis 268 

George 152 



EDELEN 
Henri* IU : 
Ja. 

■ 
John M 275 
Joseph 147 149 
Lucy 

Margaret Matilda i 

Martha 2. 

v 144 2.30 
M iry Ann . 
MiMrcd 1 • 
Rebecca 2< 
ert 270 
. I] 228 
Samuel 1 Ifl 

lh 137 277 
Tracy 

EDGERLY Hannah 200 
Mary Ann 

Oliver 200 . 

Willi mi 1. 
EDGEWORTH Philorlea 136 
Edhn \er Edelen 
EDMONSTON Edward 226 

N athan 150 
EDMUNDS Edmand. 

rnoii'l-. 
Clarissa 38 
James Capen 156 
John ux 

John R rth 318 

Lorin H 

Martha 1 

Martha Capen 156 

Mar> 

William Henry 88 
EDWARDS Clarrnre Ransom 

EHART Eleanor E. xix 
EIGLEHEART Martha 148 
EKTON John . 
ELDRIDGE Eldrcdge Eldrich 

Chloe 110 

Elisabeth 239 

Elli M 211 

James llo 

James Alanson (Mrs.) 319 

John 8. 211 

Joseph . 

Martha 21 t 

Melissa 21 1 

William 103 
ELERY Charity 220 
ELIOT Elliot Elliott Ellott 

Anne 220 

Benjamin 268 

Charles William 154 

John 30 | 

Thomas 2) 
Ellexon set Ellizsoc 
Elliot see Eliot 
Elliott see Eliot 
ELLIS Ann - 

Elijah 138 5 269 

John 1 

1 '-onard 139 

Matilda xliii 

Owen 268 

Rol>ert 279 

Tabitha 301 

Walter F. 159 
ELLISON Annie Corinne r vi 
ELLIXSON Ellexon 

Hannah 218 

Mary 222 

Ellott see Eliot 
ELMER Ruth 13 
ELSON Archibald 142 

Joseph P. 219 

Martha 228 

Rachel 142 

Sarah 137 



Index of Persons 



Ixxxvii 



ELWELL Elwncier 17 

Mary 17 

Samuel 17 
EMBERSON Henry 227 

John l. r >2 
EMERY Emory 

Charles T. 11*0 191 203 

Emily 303 

Isabel Piekering 203 

Joseph 77 

Mury 313 

Miirv Emily 1U0 194 
EMMERSON Aquila 153 
Emory trr Emory 
ENDICOTT lodloott 

Charlotte xliu 

Chnrlottc Elizabeth xliii 

Frederic xxviii xliii 

( lilbort xliii 

1 Irion Elizabeth xliii 

James xliii 

John llil xliii 

M iiil'li xliii 
ENGLAND Hannah 04 
ENO Joel Nelson 83 
ENSIGN Charles Sidney vii xix 

xxxi 
Ernest pseud, see Salisbury 

Evelyn LMaoCurdy) 
ERRICKSON Flizalwth 270 
ERSKINE Albert Russcl 81 
ESSEX Francis 153 
ESTEP Baetep 

Hcnjamin 217 
Catherine 278 
Catherine B. 274 

Eleanor 279 

Elizabeth Ann 277 
Henry 224 

John 330 

John L. 277 • 

Joseph 148 

Priscilla 277 

Barafa 221 269 

Susan 279 

Susannah 147 

Thomas 222 232 
Virlinder 275 
ESTERBROOK Emma F. 43 
ESTES Alice N. 51 

Elizabeth Pinkham 48 

Either 51 

Eunice 4S 

Jedcdiah 51 

John 44 48 

Joseph 48 

Lydia 43 

Mary 50 

Mercy 44 50 

Nicholas 44 48 50 

Patience 44 48 

Phebe 127 

Robert 43 

Sarah 43 48 

Bibyl 11. 50 

Unicc see Eunice 
ETCHISON Ignatius 264 
EUSTIS Betty 157 

Marv St. Barbe viii 
EVANS Avans 

Alexander 267 

Ann 226 

Benjamin 314 

Cassandra 135 

Guy 137 

Jesse 270 

Joanna 314 

John 147 224 

Joseph 314 

Keziah 313 315 

Mary 136 219 

Philip 146 

Rebecca 138 

Ruth 134 

Sarah 145 149 



EVARTS Allen Wardnrr 316 
EVER HEART CmiMr I .', J 
EVERILL James 238 
EVBRSFIBLD Ch irlc* 147 
Eleanor I u 270 
Elisabeth < lantt 3d J 

John l.'ili L'Ji. L'-.'.l 
Marv I M 

Piiej iiln Bowie 23J 

Thomas 277 

Virlinde 218 

EWER Charles lxvi.i 

FABYAN Harriet 192 

John 108 198 

John S 801 

Joseph 197 

Marv E. B. H H. 193 

Nancy l'i7 

Samuel 804 

Samuel Ward 197 

William 103 198 206 

William I) 198 
FAIR Ann 141 
Fairall mm Parrel 

Pairell f*S Farrel 
FAIRLIE John A. 82 
FALES Haliburton 317 
FAN John Baptist 130 
FANNING David Hall 317 
i':ir mi Parr 
Parall tt€ Parrel 
FARLIN Dudley 103 
FARMAN Marv 232 
FARNHAM Parnum 

A nni P 198 

Daniel 167 

Ebon 167 

Eunice B. 107 179 

George 193 

Jane D. 167 

Lewis 167 

Lois 167 

Martha 167 

Marv B. 167 

Noah 167 

Samuel 167 

Susannah 167 

Timothv 167 
FARR Par 

Bennett 220 

Eliiabeth 219 

( ieorge 223 

Joehus 227 

Miry 148 

Nicholas 233 271 

PrieeUle 148 

Samuel 220 
FARREL Fairall Fairell Farall 
Parrel! Kearall Fcrrall Fcr- 
rell Ferroll 

Ann 808 

Benjamin 148 267 

Catherine 274 

Elizabeth 139 261 276 

Fielder Hawkins 274 

Franklin lxv 

Jason 228 

John 146 278 

Julia Loekwood lxv 

Martha 27ti 

Marv 206 

May Wells lxv 

Priscilla 888 

Rebecca 220 

Stephen 801 

Thomas 219 

Walter 228 

William 143 
FARRINGTON Ephraim'110 
FARVAN John 232 
Fause see Foas 
Fauss see Foss 

FAYERWEATHER Jerusha 239 
John 239 



FAYERWEATHER cont'd 
I hosnoi I ■ 

FEARING Richmond 

PBLCH Cilberl !•:. 319 
Han 

lediah 40 

Mir-, | 
Pal 

PE1 LOWS Lira 14 

llul i ih 14 
PEL! Kk Margaret 274 
FENDALL Elisabeth Ann 1 
FENLEY v Fenly 

< "l.arl.-s 23 '. 

Elisabeth 2 

II 

Martha Hawkins 146 

Mary 218 

Thomas i 

.•7'. 
FENNER Froelove 320 
FENTON Sarah 227 
FENWICK Ignatius 139 
FERGUSON 1 • rgereon Fer- 
pssgoa Forguson 
\ . ■ . I 
Ann I. I .'. 
Jan 203 

Jan. i J^'. 
■■ 

John . 
Mary \ 184 

Ruth 217 -'-•« 
Sarah ! 

Susannah 1 1 I 

Virhnd i 1 (J 

FERNALD 208 

Comfort 282 290 

FerraU see Parrel 

Ferrell see 1 . 
Perroll fes Fsrrel 
FIELD 1 n 
Eliiha : 
Elisabeth 311 
Emily I. 38 

George P. 38 
letter 152 
Margaret 150 
FIFIELD Piffieldi 

— Wid 

Joseph 67 73 
Noah 71 
FILLEY John 138 
FILLMORE Luther 211 

da M 211 
FINCH John Sir 24 
FINDLEY Findly 

Ann 143 

James 228 

Lvdia 286 

Thomas R. 280 
FIRESTONE Harvey S. 316 
FISH 1 "rederirk Samuel 19 31i 
FISK Fiske 

Andrew vii xvi 

Ephraim 130 

James 130 

Lvdia 130 
FITZGERALD Elisabeth 263 
273 

Frances 272 

James 267 

Jane I 

John 1 

Rachel 219 
FLAGG Abigail 13 

Abijah 12 13 

Allen 13 

Alma 13 

Augustus 13 



lxxxviii 



Index of Persons 



FLAGG cont'd 

Charles Allcott 53 80 

George II 

Joaiah 80 

i.oriudu 184 

I, yd in II 

Ruth IS 

Sarah 13 

Thankful 12 13 

Thomas 13 80 

William 184 
FLANDERS Abigail 170 

Anna 170 

Charles xix 

Dorothy 170 

Eleanor 170 

Elisabeth O. xxxi 

Enoch 170 

Kzekiel 169 

Henry xxix xxx 

Lucretia xxx 

Mary 170 

Mehitable 170 

Nancy 173 

Rhoda 109 170 

Richard 170 

Samuel 170 
FLEMMIN Frederick 224 
FLETCHER Adda L. 42 

Alice xxxviii 

E. H. 42 

Klixal>cth E. 38 

Elisabeth II. 38 

M. H. 42 

Miner S. 38 

William 263 
FLING James 143 
FLORENCE Joseph 262 
FLOWER Lydia 12 
FLOYD Abigail 189 

Belle Augusta Seavey 155 v 
viii 

John 201 
FLYE Ethelany 285 
Foard see Ford 
FOBES Ede Walbridge 251 

Elijah 251 

Margaret 251 

Nancv 251 

Sarah 7 
FOGLE John D. (Mrs.) 319 
FOLLANSBEE Folansbee 

Jeremiah 287 290 
FOLSOM 191 

— Widow 192 

Abigail 45 47 

Benjamin 45 47 

Betsey 179 

John 45 66 

Lucy 178 

Mehitable 45 

Peter 75 

Ruth M 

Sarah 68 

Soviah 47 

Thomas 47 
FOOTE Amos 16 

Ann 16 

Anna Maria 16 

Eunice 16 

John 16 

Nathaniel 16 

Rebecca 16 

Robert 16 

Thomas 16 

William Haywnrd 227 
FORBES Elisabeth 271 

James 232 

Jane 205 

William Hathaway (Mrs.) 
318 
FORD Foard 

Abigail 87 

Charlotte 142 

Eleanor 272 



FORD cont'd 

Bleb* I 87 

Gideon 89 

Harvey nun 

James 232 

Mary 89 144 193 

Mary Elisabeth xxxiii 

Nathaniel 87 

Rel>ecca C. 87 

Sarah 89 

Surnii.r M. 89 
PorgUSOO ire Ferguson 
FORREST Riebard 150 
Fornter see Foster 
FOSS Fause Fauns 

— Capt. 70 

Benjamin 68 69 

Isaac 72 74 

Jeremiah 04 

John 03 

Sally Q. 195 
FOSTER Forster 

James H. 318 

John 163 

John W. 51 

Joseph 158 

Lydia I! 51 

Mary 224 

Phebe 51 

Ralph 143 

Richard 144 

Samuel 64 

Thomaa 51 140 218 
FOWLER Abraham 152 
227 

Ann 220 

Elisabeth 224 275 

Jemima 140 

J esse 229 
. John 229 208 

Joseph 205 275 279 

Margaret 218 

Mary 225 

Matilda 278 

Priacilla 273 

Richard 137 

Samuel 223 

Susannah 202 

Thomaa 231 267 

Timothy H. 318 

William 147 149 225 279 
FOX Amos 264 

Billy 251 

Esther 7 

Howard 159 

Lois 13 

Norman 103 

Patience 251 

Thomas 13 251 

William 219 
FOYE Ann Maria 193 

Catherine 178 

Catherine J. 178 

Charles W. 203 

Charlotte 193 204 

Edward 204 _ 

Emma M. 173 

Fred B. 178 

Henry 204 

Henry O. 193 

Howard If. 195 200 

John 0. 204 

Link 195 

Robert H ITS 

Thomas F. 193 

William 178 
FRACER Rebecca 143 
FRANCHO T Nicholas V. 

IH7 
FRANCIS Alexander 143 

John 141 
Francklevn see Franklin 
FRANK Catherine 221 
FRANKLIN Franckleyn 

Herbert H. 316 



219 



FRANKLIN cont'd 
>ry 4 '. 
imuel 26] 

I homan '«'<) 
FRAZER Fraacr 1 r*»ar Frasier 

Andrew I 

Archibald 226 

Elisabeth 2M 276 

Everett W :U7 

Frank I HO 

Henry . 

John 150 

John L 876 

John T. 1 81 

I.awaon z In 

Mary xlu 

Mildred ilii' 

Nellie 135 

Rebecca 150 

Sarah 22 » 
FRF.C John 220 
FREE Elisabeth 221 
FREEMAN Abijah 130 

Adeline 287 

Benjamin Sawyer 285 288 

Caroline lxvi 

Daniel 288 

George 282 288 

Isaac Richardson 288 

Isabella 290 

Jamea Goldthwaite lxvi 

James Goldthwaite (Mrs ) 
318 

Joshua 288 

Judith 285 

Judith Somes 288 

Julia 286 

Julia Sophia 289 

Lewis 287 291 

Lucinda xxxi 
. Mary 287 

Nancy 286 

Reuben 288 289 290 

Rhoda 282 286 288 

Sophia 289 290 291 

Sophronia 291 

Tamsine 282 288 

Tyler Reel 288 
FREER Charles Lang 318 
FRENCH Frenche 

A 

Andrew 64 

Anna 7J 

Charles 205 

Chase 72 

Daniel 05 66 68 70 

David 73 76 

Elijah 71 

Elisha 66 

George 263 

Joseph 72 

Stiles Ixiv 

Thomas 20 75 

Timothy 72 

William 66 67 
Frev see Frye 
FRI'NK Abigail 201 

Ann Sarah 189 193 

Cyrus 201 

Darius 190 193 

Elias 189 190 191 192 194 201 

» h 

Elisabeth 192 201 
Hannah 193 
Isaac 189 193 205 
Jennie Rowe 189 
John 199 
John S. H 195 
Lucretia 195 
Margaret A. 196 
Mary E. 189 190 191 103 194 
Rubv S 189 
Sarah 191 
Simee 191 
FROST Harriet Purington ilvi 



V 



Index <>f Persons 



lxxxix 



FROST (.ml, I 

M tirK.it. -t .iim; 
FROUMAY 1'rowmay 

Jhiik-m I l_' 

Margaret 1 I.'. 
FRYE I'rey Fry 

314 

Ailriiwi 80 
Ann 240 
Colemore 270 
Daniel 127 

Iminih 49 
James Brook 239 
John 49 . r >0 80 127 
Judith ■»«•> I2Q 

Fx-onard 23] 
Martha 49 BO 239 240 
Mary 40 50 
Phebe 49 

Richard ISO 240 
Robert 154 

Rowland 40 

Sarah 126 
I 'nomas 80 220 
PULKS Henry 278 
FULLER Abigail L. 38 

Ann 139 

Carolino C. 38 

Daniel 130 

Jennie B. xiv 

John Bliss 38 

Loisa 38 

Lucius S. 38 

Mary E. 38 

Mehitablc xxxiv 

Melissa J. 38 

Sally 130 

Seymour 38 

Sibyl Meacham 130 

William B. 38 
FULLERTON Mary Ann 172 
FULTON Andrew 251 

Betsey 251 

•Daniel 251 

Eleazer E. 251 

Hannah 251 

John 251 

Lvdia 251 

Margaret 251 

Martha 251 

Moses 251 

Robert 251 

Sarah 251 

William 251 
.FURBER Alfred L. 201 

Ann Maria 193 

Augustus 197 

Caroline 190 194 

Eleanor M. 194 

Elizabeth 192 199 

John M. 192 205 

L. 190 

Levi 197 

l.vdia 192 198 

Mary MM 201 

Mary E. 192 205 

N. P. 190 191 

Nehemiah 190 

Nicholas 194 

Nicholas P. 189 202 

Nicholas T. 191 

Richard 194 201 204 

Sallv 197 199 

Samuel 190 19S 199 

Sarah 191 200 

Sophia 195 

Temperance 197 

Theodore 198 

Thomas G. 192 

William 191 

Zerviah M. 198 

GAILOR William B. 278 
GALLAHAN Thomas 2»M 
GALLEY Hannah 285 



GALLUP Wdlism Arthur 317 
G ALT ON Vrin 227 
GALWITH Mary 148 

Rachel i 19 

Rebeeee i i I 

Buaaonah 153 
GANNON Alice 191 

IVt.-r I'M 
GANTT Ann 217 

Eleanor 270 

Elite 229 

Elisabeth 147 

George Holdeworth 202 

Henry 223 

John 204 

John Mackall 224 

Margaret Williamiaa 278 

Mary 152 

Priacilla 135 

Priscilla M. 275 

Robert 151 

Sarah 137 204 

Thomas 271 

Thomas T 200 
GARDEN Bridget 142 
GARDNER Gardiner 

Abraham 143 

Ann 299 

Benjamin 143 

Caleb 211 

Caroline 210 
Cynthia 183 
Eleanor 220 
Elijah 278 
Eliza 211 

Elizalx-th 223 209 
Elisabeth A. 273 
Eunice 211 214 
Henry 211 224 
Ira G. 211 
Isidore 277 
Israel M. 211 
John 299 
Joseph James 219 
Joshua N. 277 
Julia 208 
Lydia 211 
Mary 219 
Peter 217 
Phebe H. 129 
Ruth 211 
Sarah 300 
Sylvester P. 207 
William 277 
William Amorv 318 
GARLAND Ada 189 
Albert S. 198 
Almira 192 
Ann E. 194 195 
Belinda 189 
Betsey 204 
Cotton 191 195 198 
Dorcas 308 
Ellery 0. 189 
Pranees i 

George 189 190 191 205 
l [annah 315 
Helen M. 192 203 
James 195 
Julia 195 

Leonard S. 190 192 
Levi 1S9 192 203 
Margaret 190 191 
Mehitable 191 

Nat tie . 
Nora 1- I 
Rose 190 
William !S9 203 
GARNER Benjamin 217 
Jesse - 

.lose oh 21S 

Michael 224 
Pates 225 

Phebe 275 

Sarah 224 



GARNI d 

..'7 4 
Thomas 2 

'A. ; m -'25 

GarniwY .-msey 

GARRETT EIua»>eth - 
GARTKNHAUSER J 
GARVIN Elisabeth 305 

James 

Ji • 

Moses 

Paul 905 

Rachel 305 
rah :J05 

Thomas 305 
GARY Arthur 81 

Ana 110 

Elbert Henry 230 

Josiah ll'i 

Molly 110 

Samuel 110 
phen 81 
GASKILL Olirs 
GATCOMB Francis 238 

R ushel 238 
GATES Ann 142 

Eleanor 147 

Elisha 272 

Henry 209 

Jane 231 27 1 

Joshua 270 

Lucy K 

Mary 204 

Sues Young 82 
GAUSE John 03 
GAY Erastus xlvi 

Fisher xlvii 

John xlvii 

Julius xxviii xlvii xlvii 

Kirkpatrick 103 

Lucy xlvii 

Maria xlviii 

Ruth 8 

Samuel xlvii 
GAYLORD Milicent 10 
GEER Geers 

Daniel 103 

Elisha 103 

James 103 

M trie P. 208 

Robert 103 

Roger 103 
GENERIS John Constanttne 

Marsollan 231 
GENTLE Linney 217 

Z ichariah ', 
GEORGE Hiram M. 159 

Jasper P. 159 
GERMAN Germin Jerman 
sge i I 

M irv 28 I 

8 irah 218 - 
GERRISH Abigail 200 

D .rothv 200 

Joseph lb 192 

Mary 310 

Mary A I •-' 
Gibb s« Gibbs 

GIBBONS Alexander 153 231 
275 

Ann 222 202 275 

Elisabeth 221 - 
rce L'<'"> 

Ot >r*c Wailes 217 

Henry lair 

Jan.- 219 

John 225 

John Alexander 2" 

Jonas . 

Jonathan - 

Mary Ann 27 5 

Mulvina I 

Pamar 

Rel>ecca 209 

Ruth 270 



V 



xc 



Index of Persons 



GIBBONS cnt'd 
Sarah 231 
Sarah Ann •.''.I 

Susannah 225 226 

Virlinda 221 
GIBBS Gibb 

Elisabeth 218 

James m 228 

John K 136 
GIBSON 08 

Alexander 279 

Caleb 276 

( ieorge A .lit". 

Mi nt a 264 
William L. 270 
William Lewii 264 

GIDDINGS Abigail 238 

Dei ley 1*7 

Clark 1S7 

George 187 

Horace 1S7 

Selina 1K7 

Thomas II. 187 

William 187 
GIFFING James 10f 
GILBERT Harriet xl 

Humphrey Sir l<> I 

Barah 234 
GILL Joseph 219 

Mary 263 

Thoraaa 1 •'*■"> 

William 240 
GILLETTE Eld win Johnson 230 
GILLEY Abigail 283 286 288 
2SJ) 291 

Abigail Manchester 2S5 

Pathsheba L'S7 

Benjamin 286 288 289 290 

Comfort 289 

Daniel Webster 289 

Edward Pavson 289 

Eunice 281 290 

Hannah 288 

John 280 290 

Joseph 284 289 290 

Joshua Eaton 289 

Julia 287 

Louis Parker 2S9 

Mary Manchester 2S9 

Mercy 286 

Nabby St* Abigail 

Stephen M. 287 

William 288 
OILMAN Abigail 77 
GILMER Albert Hatton 230 
GILMORE Pamela xlv 
GILPATRICK Esther 2S0 291 

Samuel 280 290 
GILPIN Margaret 137 

M.irv 136 

Sarah 9 
GILSON Alden Pinui 241 

Franklin Howard 24 1 
GITLING William 217 
GIVENS Givini 

Arthur 227 
Elisabeth 227 
Mary 130 184 
K. 130 
GLASGOW Glaeagow 

Theodore 227 

Virlinda 228 
GLASS James M. 211 
Glassgow see Glasgow 
GLEASON Arthur 110 

Benjamin Iviii 

Charles 1 10 

Elisha 110 

Hannah 1 10 

James Melien xxvii Iviii 

Joseph Iviii 

Josiah Iviii 

Mary 110 

Phincas Iviii 



GLEASON cont'd 

Busaa Read Iviii 

Thomas Iviii 
GLEN Nobis N 231 
OLIDDEN Mary 87 
GLOVKR Mary 140 
GLOYD ( leorge 278 

Joano i 142 
GOHDAKD Oodard 

i In ird 2 

( ieorge Seymour v vii xi 

James 270 

John 1 Ifl 220 

Sarah 276 
GODFREY Samuel _J» 
GODMAN Elizabeth 230 

Nancy 266 

Rebaeea I 

Samuel 270 

Barah 266 

GOFF (JofTe Cough 

240 

Abigail 238 
Christopher 238 
Lyman B. 317 

Rachel 238 

Rebeeea 240 
Gold tee ( iould 
GOODELL Anna 110 

David 110 

Huldafa 1 10 

Lewis 110 
Martha 110 

Mercy IK) 

Ralph 110 

Richard 110 
GOODHUE Isaac 157 

Laise 157 

Marine 157 
Gooding • I ioodwin 
GOODMAN Abigail 8 

Joanna 8 
Moses 8 
Richard 8 

Ruth 8 

Barak B 

Thomas 8 
Timothy 8 
GOODRICH Abigail 16 
Alsens 21 1 

Charlotte E. 193 
Esther 21 1 
Justus 21 1 
Justus II. 211 

Lacy s 211 

I.y.ba 211 

Masenna 193 

Patty 211 

icon 21 1 
Simeon ( '< 211 
GOODSPEED Charles Eliot 

GOODWIN Gooding 
Amasiah 314 

Ann 316 

Daniel 241 316 

1 forces <1 i 

Elisabeth 300 314 315 

Hannah 194 

Henry 

Huldah 314 

John Haves 241 

Judith 314 

I.v.lia :<I4 315 

Martha 314 

Nathaniel 8 
ill 3'4 

Ozi i 

Rachel 8 

Sarah 8 

Willahey U4 
GOOGGINS Mary A. 287 
GORDON Gordaa Gorden 

Dorcas 272 

Elisabeth 219 



\ i 



GORDON cont'd 
Henry 195 

John L'_'J 

ry n -i 

■ 
Sarah Frances 195 
Th 

GORSEUKE J . 

William 130 
GOSS Man I 192 

Nathan 2<ni 
GOTHAM < 200 

GOTHERD Stephc 
GOTT Almira . 

Ann J ■ 

njamin 281 283 

Charles 281 
Dan:. 1 281 

-'83 
Elisabeth 281 

Hannah 281 2- 
Helen Augusta 290 

J a l 
J 

Joaej.h 281 
Judith 

-'85 286 
M m- iret 285 

Mercy Jsne 2.80 

288 290 
Peggy tee 

Rhode - 
lb K) 

f 284 

( Sough tee « b.fT 
GOULD Gold 

I »ani< ' 
David - 
Elisabeth 31 

v vi vni xi 
xii xiv xxv 

Gideon 261 
Hannah H 50 
Henry 261 
Jeremiah 

John |l 
Jonathan - 
Lucy 50 
Mary 281 

Priscill i 

R. ■» 

Thorn. i 

V, ivts 

William 251 
GOULDING I oania 33 
GOVE Anna IS 

Charles 1 . 

David 123 

Elisabeth 

II anna! 
Hiram 126 
Huldah 4.'. 

i 51 

Murv ~>1 
M - 5 1 

• hen t 
GOVER Elisabeth 221 

Iran. • - 

■ h Walker 266 

William \ 
GRAFTO I! P 1 10 
GRAHAME John - 

U ,11, am 2 
GRANT Catherine 151 



v 



Index of Persons 



xci 



GRANT confd 
John 136 

Marv 1 19 
GRAVES Mary 204 
GRAY <;r.-y 

Alexius 278 

Ann 138 

A mi xlv 

IleUey LIS 

Carl Raymond 230 

Caroline 903 

CaMaandra 223 

Catherine 150 

Charles 130 

Dariun 'J7 » 

Edward 197 , 

Eleanor 1 12 202 

Bliaa 145 

Elixnbeth 130 170 222 274 

George 271 

Harriet 269 

Henrietta 201 

Hephsibah 184 ' 

Hesekiah 141 

Hugh 220 

JuillC.H 1 16 

Join. 999 

John 1). 170 

Letty 932 

Lyley 967 

Nlarv 221 

Mary Prioe 981 

Oliver C. 170 

Peter 17<; 

Rebeoea LSI m 

Richard 130 

Sarah 138 150 

Solomon 203 

Thomas 115 140 228 . 

Thomas K. 17r, 

Vincent 274 

William 931 207 
Grear s<e Great 
GREE Phebe L80 
GREEN Greene 

251 

— Widow G3 

Alinira 96 

Anna 21 1 

Basil 1 

Benjamin 211 

Betaey 961 

Catherine 110 

Charles 140 

Christopher 110 

Daniel 18 

Edward Uowland Robinson 
317 

Elisha 143 

Elizabeth lxii 

Eunice IS 4 

Georjce W. 110 

Harriot J. 21 1 

Jamee 991 251 lxii Ixiv 

John 150 200 251 lxii lxiii 
lxiv 

Jonathan 120 

Lewis 276 

I.ydia 251 

Margaret 215 

Mary 18 70 

Nathaniel 96] 

Phebe B. 1 10 
Philip 2C3 

Polly 251 

Rebecca 159 

Samuel lxii 

Samuel Abbott xxvii Ixvi 

Samuel Swett xxvii lxii lxiii 

lxiv 
Sarah 145 251 
Stephen 127 
Thomas lxii 
Washington J 2u 
William 135 



GREENEWOOD Moses 24 25 

id 
GREENFIELD Ann J 
Mary Elisabeth 277 
tannah ISO 
GREENLAW William l'r«ieoU 

V I I V 1 1 VIII XI X \ 1 1 1 

GREENOUGH Elisabeth i 
John . 

Hull. 2 
William .' 

GREENTREE Benjamin 142 
GREEN WELL < irenwell 
e 161 219 

• i > 1 1 217 

I human J7M 
GREER (Irear 

Viiiiniiu* 14() 

I dwsxd Wilson 230 

Elisabeth 261 

I lenriette 277 

Henry 271 

Jane 961 

Levin 270 

Margaret I 
Martin 
Mary M 272 

Bai i ' • ■ 
innah I 

U illiain 2< 

GREGORY Grigory 

Jam es 1 54 

Riehard 966 

Susannah i">l 

Thomas I 
GRENARD Peter I 
GreawaU res Greanwell 
( Srey ■■•■ ( »ray 
GRIDLEY Abigail 13 

Clarissa L. s 

Elijah 8 

Mark 19 

n ifa B 

GRIESHABER Elisa 38 

Elisabel h v 

Henry - 

John 38 
GRIFFIN GrirTen Grifling 
iborah I 

Edward 140 l I 

James 104 

.John 103 104 . 
Joseph 106 1 10 
Joshua 1 in 
Margaret l m 150 

Martlm _••.-> 
Mary 110 972 
Samuel 1 10 
Sarah 110 

Susannah 150 

Thomas 151 931 
GRIFFITH Ann 135 218 

Howard 1 il 

GRIGGS Benjamin ill 
Chester 1 1 1 
Ephraim 1 1 1 

1 laimah 1 1 1 

ihua 2 1 1 
Julia Ann 21 1 

Mary 1 11 

Nancv 21 1 

Nathan 111 

S ilmon stt Solomon 

rah 111 
8 lomoa 1 1 1 

Stephen 1 1 1 

G rigor v <<v I 
GRIMES Benjamin 150 
arlei i 19 

Charlol 

Eleanor 21 B 

George mo 

I- tac 29 S 

Jeremiah . 

John 145 150 2 



GRIMES confd 

Mary 137 144 150 278 

Nancy Ann !'• I 
GRISWOLD Anne 7 

Mat! iii 

I % 
<,H<) .ate 

A' 

(:• 

Elisabeth 238 939 
•man 10 14 

Hanna 

lluldah lu 14 236 239 

Isaac 2 

Jeruaha 239 

Jonathan 14 

Mary 2 

i.tannah 10 14 

TllOlliaa 1 19 

GROSVENOR Abel 111 
Abigail 1111 
Al« II 112 

Amos 111 112 
Ann 111 

Benjamin H. ill 112 
Caleb ill 112 113 
( :barles 1 1 1 
Chios ill 112 
Ebenew (111 
Elisabeth 111 
iher 1 1 1 
12 

vh in : 
Jcrusha 111 11-' 
John 111 . 
John Trowbridge 112 

Joseph 1 19 
Joshua 1 12 

Lei 1 1 1 1 12 

Mary 111 
Murv Ann 1 1 1 
Mary H. 112 

MlK—S 11 J 

Nathan 112 

Lbanie] 112 
Oliver ill 
Pearly 112 
Phearly 112 

!J2 

Priscilla 112 

H ■ 12 

.swell 1 1 _' 
Sarah ill 112 119 

lb 112 
Theoda 112 113 
Thomas 111 112 113 
u illiam 1 1 
ruiah ill 
GROVER Priscilla 
GROVES Everiina RosctU 

Hammond King 269 
GROW l; i 113 

Thomas 113 
GUERNSEY C'.arnaey 
Daniel 1«", 
■ 

Fanny 16 

Huldah 1G 
I 19 

Jonathan 16 

Joseph 10 

Sail] : 
GUILD 

James - 

Luther - 

Mabel 5 

\ ithaniel - 
GUILFORD Helen Morrill 241 
GUILMAN Joanna 312 

Sara!) 
Guinn in 

GUNN Gun 

Lucia.-* 104 

Luers 10* 



V 



XC11 



Index of Persons 



GUNN cont'd 

Margaret '-'-'7 

lichen .1 I 10 
GUTTEKICE LouiM - 
GUY A tmc 220 

HenrietU 270 
GWINN Guinn Guyn (iwynn 

Arm 1 »2 270 

Bennett 223 203 

John ■■ 

Tl. omuls H. 273 

HAAS Raehel 224 
HABIN Cinderella 270 
HAB1NKK Don .inic 152 
HADLEY Arthur Twining 155 
xxxvii 

James xxxvii 
IIADLOCK Jonathan 281 

Lois 291 

Louii 281 

Sully 281 291 

Samuel 281 
HAGAN Delia 269 

Henrietta 151 

Horatio 230 

Ignatius 163 
•Ilach.-I 140 

Barah 232 

Virlinda 209 
HALE Haile 

Jeeeie Hell xx 

Polly 7 

Robert 159 

Thomas 7 

William H. (Mrs.) 318 
HALKERSTONE Elizabeth 

225 
HALL 177 

Abigail 299 

Alexander 87 

Alniira 87 

Amelia 218 

Amos 177 

Andrew 150 

Ann 141 142 271 315 

Bathaheba 113 

Benjamin 171 

Renoni 299 

Catherine 231 

Charles 236 237 

Conatanoe 230 237 

Daniel 171 

Deborah C. 192 

Ebenezer 171 

Edward 209 

Eleanor 149 152 270 

Electa 211 

Eli /.a 80 

Elizabeth 220 

Emerson 21 1 

Eether 171 

Ex] erienee 89 

Francis 152 

Francis Magruder 220 

Frederic Davia 319 

Frederick 177 

George 230 237 

Gideon 211 

Grafton 266 

Hannah 177 

Hatch B7 

Hattie M. 237 

Henrv 301 

Henry K. 237 

Hiram 177 

James 177 102 236 237 

Jaaaet Capen Edmande 150 

James V 201 

Jamee W, 1 77 

.lames Winalow 237 319 
Jesse S7 1S1 

John 89 171 236 237 315 
John Henry 152 
Jonathan 113 177 



hall cont'd 

l.i Biuel 177 
Lot H 184 
Lui v 192 115 
Lvdla 

Margaret _'7 I 

Margaret H 278 

Maria B. 130 

Marietta 171 

Martfa 

Martha Cai>cn Bdmandl 

Marv 147 : 237 271300 

301 
Maaay 230 
Mercy 316 

Molly 16 

Nathan Dunlop 202 

Nathaniel 136 

r.tir I'r.-*. ott 113 

Philip 278 316 

Richard 230 237 205 
Richard 1) 224 
Riohard H. 274 
Richard P. 278 
Roxy 177 
Ruth 237 316 
Samuel 316 
Sarah 

Sarah R. 150 
Bilai 815 
Sman 171 
Susan Ann 278 
Susannah 171 

Weal 177 

Willard 171 

William 130 192 230 237 315 

William B. 130 

William Franklin xxvi 

Zilpah 87 177 
HALLEY Ann 195 

James 195 
HALLIDAY Samuel Ryram 322 
Hallsell see Halsal 
HALPIN Eliza 211 

Michael 2! 1 
HALRALL Ruth 139 
HALSAL Hallaell 

Anastasia I). 200 

John 1.'*7 
HALSEY Abigail 130 

Hannah 238 

James . 

Luther 130 

Nathaniel 239 

Sarah 130 
HALTON Marv Oram 221 
HAM Georce 200 202 

Hannah 202 

Lydia 191 

Mary 198 

Polly 191 205 

Robert 101 205 
Hamblen >.-, Hamlen 
HAMILTON Andrew 143 

Arthelia 20 « 

Caroline J 7 7 

Klira 150 

Eliaa H. 205 

Francis 145 

Frederick W. 82 

Gavin 2 20 

Hesekiah 210 

Jane 207 
Maria 271 
Martha 13S 
Samuel Hicirins 270 
Samuel L 27 \ 

Sarah I3f 
Thomas 140 
Wilhelmina 130 

Winifred 210 
HAMLEN Hamblen 
Rutler 

Paul M. Mrs.) 319 
Rhoda 2S5 



HAMMERSTONE Richard 135 
HAM MET Will, mm m 
HAMMOi K 
■ 
Thomaa 300 
HAMMOND Abigail 230 

\r.ii M I I '• 

■wy 100 
Char Ira r; II J 
Charlra II 113 

ChloeJI 

./• r U I 1.1 
Mia 1 l.i 
if-.- 1 13 
Henry 113 

Mchitabl»38 

■ < iritrit vni 

i v . W 113 
Simon 1 13 

tepben 113 
Stephen W 1 13 

HANDLING ^amra 142 148 
HANDY Achsah 252 

Charlra 252 

John M. 252 

John N 201 

Mary 252 

Mary Ann 201 

Polly 21 

Roawcll 252 

Sarah 252 
Ham-* tee Haynra 
HANNAH Mary 201 
HANNUM Hannah 128 
HANSCOM Anna 47 

Banning 40 

Charles Edward 100 

N.itUiriK-1 47 
17 
HANSON Abigail 126 

Alice 139 

Andrew 1 . 

in i . 

Ratchelor 120, 
Rrvan 217 
Caleb : 

I I llliel 50 

Dolly 48 

Elihu ; 

Klitabcth Ann 50 

Graft, i. J7i 

Judith 128 

I.vdia 45 

M wgarot IV 143 

Martha 137 

Mary 45 

Nathan 45 
hel 14-'. 

R' I 

Samuel 4S 120 149 220 

Solomon I 
.*an 50 

Thomas II. 135 

Willi* T. I 
HARBEY T .46 

HARBIN George 276 

Reiin : 
HARCOURT Vera 21 
HARDACRF ,ah 266 

Harden iff Hording 
HARDESTY Eliaha 139 

John I 

Marv 2 

Richard 

Robert 27'. 
Hardey tee Hardy 
HARDING Harden 

Elizabeth 2 
Mary Isal>clla xxx 
Wilham 14 l 
HARDY ; 
\ B C MS 
Airy - 



V 



Index of Persons 



win 



HARDY eoot'd 

Auastania 16 I 
An:. 1.14 14 1 114 231 
Anthony 2'JI 
Baptist 147 
Benedict 140 
Benjamin 261 
Cordelia w. 270 
Darkey 238 
Dolly 367 
Eleanor 222 
Elisabeth 1 15 220 203 
QeOTM 141 147 
[gnatUM Lot 230 
J cane 150 

Jonathan 225 

Luey 2»i4 

Margaret 142 

Mary 138 140 150 220 228 
272 

Mary Catherine 270 

Mary D. 221 

Nathan 143 

Noah 218 

Rachel 231 

Rebecca 144 147 153 

Sarah 143 231 

Susannah 223 

Theresa Catherine 152 

Thomas 138 

William F. 262 
HARILL Thomas 272 
HARKNESS Edward S. 310 

J allies L\")2 

Martha 252 

Sarah 252 

William 252 
HARLOW John M. 4 
HARMAN Harmon 

— Mrs. 282 

Eliza 291 

Eliza II 280 

George 280 
HARPER Robert W. 270 
HARRADON Harvey S. 233 

Sally 233 

Sally L. 233 

Sally W. 233 
HARRINGTON Herrington 

Anne 19 28 

Elisha 104 

Freddie 211 

Hosca 211 

Jonathan 104 

Joseph 104 

Katharine 19 21 28 

Libbie 211 

Lydia 3 

Orlando 211 

Orlando T. 211 

Pauline 211 

Phebe 216 

Sarah 2 1 1 

Solomon 104 

Susan 19 28 

Thomas 19 21 28 
HARRIS — Mini 193 

Benjamin Clark xlv 

Diantha G. 234 

Eleanor 142 866 

Elmira J. 210 

Gabriel 11 

George D. 234 

Harriet xlv 

Harriet White xlv 

Josias 141 * 

Mary tl 268 

Peter 1 1 

Bamuel D. 2341 

Sarah 222 

Walter 11 
HARRISON Elisha 221 

Jamea 270 278 

Joseph 130 

Mary Henry 217 



HARRISON eont'd 

Sarah ( !ontee 

Thomaa 138 I 13 232 
HARROUN Andrea 

Am 

David 

Elite 2 

Elizaln-th L'.'.J 

Elliott 252 

John 262 

I. .\i M.-flee 252 

Margery 252 

Maria . 

Martha 252 
Mary 252 
Nancy 252 
Oliver 252 
Russell 252 
Salome 252 
Samuel 252 

Wilder 252 
HART Alice 191 

Cyprian 15 

Eunice 15 

Fanny 203 

Henry 84 

John H. r > 86 

Kate L. 200 

Lucy 15 

Margaret 223 

Mary 15 84 85 191 

Mary Pickering 197 

Richard D. 197 199 200 203 

Simeon xlvii 

Stephen 15 
HARVEY Amelia 202 

Ann 207 

Barbara 2i>7 

Benjamin 279 

Eleanor 221 277 

Eliza 271 

Elizabeth 224 228 

Henry 152 

James 221 

Janet 230 

John 209 270 

Linsey 218 

Lucy 222 

Margaret 274 

Martha 278 

Martha Ann 271 

Mary 278 

Moses 139 

Patsy 263 

Richard 223 

Sarah 270 

Thomas 218 204 

Tomsev 140 

William 272 
HARVIN Roeilla 279 
HARWOOD David S. 194 202 

Eleanor 147 

Eliaabeth 225 

Hannah 184 

Hannah A. 803 

Henry 275 

Joseph 261 

Maria J7.~> 

Mary 275 
Nicholas 275 
Richard 288 
Sarah 288 

Thomas 138 
WilHam 808 
HASKELL Calvin L. 175 
Caroline 178 
Clara A. 170 
Elian 175 
Helen A. 176 

Henrietta 175 

Lamed 113 
I ucy Ann 178 
Matilda F. 178 
Minerva E. 170 

Susan 175 



HA .KINS 1 ' 38 

Mary M 38 

HATCH 177 193 

Albert R : 
Charlea 

.NUrW 

Mary H7 198 

Perali 

P dly s7 

Priecillatt 

Ruth tmorette 319 

Sally 88 
unuel i*j7 199 

Sarah 181 

Simf» Frink 197 
hcua 87 88 

Zilnah ^: 
HATHAWAY Elizabeth 297 

Hannah 204 
HATTON George 147 

lienny . 

Ibnry 140 

Henry I) J',7 

Joseph 135 

Joaiaa 217 

Lucy 217 

Mary 226 

Mary E. 271 

Nathaniel 271 

Peter It 277 
HAUSE ElizalHSth ixziv 
HAVENER Adam 154 

I'enjamin 274 

Dominic 150 

John 149 

Michael 217 
HAWES Frank Mortimer vii 
HAWEY Alexander 134 
HAWKINS Hawkena 

Henry 152 

Margaret 152 

Miriam 18 

Rachel 307 

B mannah A. 144 

innah (ireenfield 225 
HAWLEY Crandle 104 
HAY Richard lit 

Kol>ert 152 
HAYDEN Daniel xxxv 

Edwin Paraona xxxiv xxxv 

Elizal>eth xxxiv 

Horace Edwin xxix xxxiv 
xxxv 

Horace H. xxxv 

Kite Elixal>eth xxxv 

Mary Elizabeth xxxv 

Soaan 277 

Susan P. 1*2 
Thomaa xxxv 
William xxxiv 
HAYES Hays Hayee 
Catherine 135 
Eleanor 145 

.rtha Ann 195 
Mina 219 
Pamela 
lb 74 

Thomas 1 \ \ 

Virlioda 238 

W,lliam 220 23 
HAYNES Hanea 
Aaabel Sterna 290 
Cornelia 290 

I ward John 289 
Elizab. 

Elr.ienia Thompaon 289 
John 288 290 
Martha 28 K) 291 

i Sikea 290 
Hays set Hayes 

• stt Ha 
HAYWARD Caleb 113 



XC1V 



Index of Persons 



IIAYWARD cont'd 
Cynthia ! 13 
P. 113 

Elizabeth Sumner 113 
Julia Ami 1 l.( 

Lemuel 1 13 

Murtha 1 || 

Susan 1 13 

Thomaa 1 13 
Thomas Cotton 1 13 

William 18 202 
HAZARD Henry 27;j 

Miry 271 

Rowland Q, (M™.) 317 
IIAZI.E Tibjhman 277 
HEAD Benjamin 296 

Judith 298 

Molly 314 
HEARL .Molly 314 
IIKATH Abraham 180 

Asa 18U 

Atwell 8. 180 

Eiiaa 239 

Elisabeth 239 

John 174 

Jotham 180 

Lovania 180 

Mary 282 
Richard 282 
Kuth Ann W. 180 
Samuel 180 

Sarah 180 193 

Sarah Ann 180 

Sophia 286 

W illi.im 180 
HEBBARD Alethea 113 

Buahnell 113 

Evan 1 13 

Rebecca 1 13 
HECKSCHER Gustave Mau- 
rice .* 1 7 
HEDGE Miry 31 

William 31 
HEFKRON John Lorenzo xix 
HEIDLE Rebecca 222 
HELLEN Anne 227 

Dorcas 263 

Jane 188 

Susannah 153 
HELLRIGLE George 200 
HELSELL Catherine 217 
HENDERSON Areanna 14S 

John 7(» 

Jeeeph M 70 

Margaret }•;. 194 

Richard 72 
HENNIS Ilenneaa 

Ann 147 

Margaret 139 

Rebeoca 147 
HENRY Benjamin 252 

Charles B. 317 

Edwin 170 

Helen Susan xxxvi 

Hugh 252 

Isabel 252 

John 222 252 

Joseph 170 

Mary 143 252 

Mordecai 232 

Nancy 93 

Phehe I7t> 

Sarah 1 18 
William 252 
HEPBURN Hepborn 

Henrietta Maria 13S 



Ma 



ry 



523 



HERBERT John C.irlvle 232 
HERMANCE Mary Sprigg 224 
HERN James 224 
Herrington SSt Harrington 
Hewea st* Hughea 
HEWITT Benjamin 200 

Thomas 151 
HICKMAN John 224 



HICKMAN cont'd 
Joseph 139 

III'KOX [| , is 

btJM 1 1 

is 
I 'jif Hi- I, iriU IS 

Lydia IS 17 

Mark 18 
M.irv 15 17 

Mehitable 15 17 

Miriam 18 
Sauiu.l 15 17 18 

Thankful 17 18 
I homas is 
William 15 17 
HICKS < iharlea P. 38 
Elisabeth ~'j7 

Jiwpli 2'.»7 

I<cwia Wilder vi xxvii in 

Maria A 88 
link ue I [yds 
HIGDON J am--* 137 222 

John B 81 

Joshua 143 

Lydia 217 
Mary 1 18 
Mary Ann 224 
Nancy 232 
Phebc Eleanor 218 
Susan — 7» . 
Thomas 222 
HIGGINS Abby R. 287 
Ann 219 

Daniel 290 

Eleanor 1 IS 

Elisa 287 
Ephraim 284 
1. mice 284 290 

Jano 284 
John 209 
Judith 291 
Lovina 28 1 
Luther 284 
Mary 270 
Nancy 284 
Olive 284 
Oliver 283 290 
Phebc 284 

I'ns.-ill.-i 2<»0 

Rebe 

Richard 14.i 202 2S4 
Huth 284 291 
Sally 284 
unuel 226 

Sarah 227 

Svlvanus 2s t 2'.M 

William •-'..-• 2s 1 290 
HIGGINSON Henry Lee 317 
HIGHES Archibald 206 
HIGLEY Elisabeth 9 

Sail v. 10 
HILDKETH Ellen Elizabeth 

MX 

Miliary see Hilleary 
HIl.L Hills 

— Widow 64 05 

Abigail :u2 

Amos 16 49 

Ann 229 277 

Anna 10 

Charles 271 273 

Charles Henry (Mrs.) 318 

Comfort 40 

Dudley 77 

Eliza 89 

Elizabeth 17 148 

Elisabeth M. 274 

Eunice 47 

Henrietta -•. 27>.> 

Henry 140 

Henry Vincent 271 

James 07 275 

Joanna 16 

John 4 7 

Joseph 05 



HILL 
Joshua 

l.uur* 30 

Uw CftM V \| 11 

M.ry :vj i J. '5 273 

ry Ann 
Men y 40 i'J 
Minor 16 

sbeeea 12 
Richard 201 
Ruth 2 

-mnnnh 264 

I . •■.; 1 
I here** A 
I imolhy 

W illiara l 1 206 

Wiothrop 65 
HILLEARY H.liary Hillary 
HiUiary 

Ann II. 
C&Miatnlra . 

Clement T 232 274 
r 140 

Eliiabeth H7 220 

'«<• I 1 1 
John : 
I saris 27 1 
Mary I 

M ir\ I 2','» 
10 
: ih 1 ;<. 
Surah Smith 2 

Tiljcham 141 
HILLMAN Lucretia238 
Hill- tee Hill 
HILTON Abicail 191 

Anastaaia 174 

Ariettc I7i 

I )iinir; 

David B. 174 

Julia 1 7 i 

Mary 17» 
illy 171 

innah I 
Winthrop Mrs 205 

KLEY Esther May lv 
• ri;e 1 > 211 
H 211 
M irth 1 211 
HINES Klizalx-th 1 17 
HINKSY John . 
HINTON Ann . 
Benjamin '. 
Elisabeth 21 - 
Gid< 

•hi 119 
Jeeeph 221 
Mar\ 2 

-Ix.rn 880 
Sarah Ml 
Wilham 2 
HITCHCOCK Frederick H 100 
HITSEAGLE Barbara 224 
HOADLEY Caroline Ixiv 
HOAG — WiJow 66 
.mfort 4" 
onezer 7 
Enoch 46 

Bmi 

John 46 
Judith 
Nathan 
HOBBS Ebenezer 306 
Edmund 300 
Isa 
J in 

i">6 
Mauri 

Rebec 

Ruth . 



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xcv 



HOBBS cont'd 
Narah 306 

BUpbeo 806 

Susannah .io«i 816 
HOHSON Elsie Garland 242 
HODGDON Hodgden 

Aaron 201 203 

A line 28 I 

Benjamin 198 203 

C. l'.t<; 

Charles 168 196 200 200 

Eunice 163 

Freemen 166 

( ieorgS 163 

Joint 166 

Ji»i'|>l> 205 

Li vni in 163 

Martha Ann 199 
Mary 190 
Mury A. 287 
Nancy 198 284 
Rosamond IDS 

Bally 186 383 
Temperance 166 
fcervtah P. 200 

HODGES IlnriKo 
Ann 152 201 
Benjamin 148 
Benjamin M. 222 
Caroline I). 279 
Catherine is? 
Charles Drury 223 
Eliss 266 
Elisabeth 88 218 2G9 

.In hum 1 .") J 
John 225 
Joseph K. 203 
Joseph \V. 187 

Leander 1S7 

I.iH-v 148 

Marin C. 187 

Mary 225 230 

Mai v Ann 277 

Sarah 142 148 

Thomai 222 225 

Thomai Ramsey 232 

Thomas Raneey 223 

Walter 218 
HODGKINS Ilodgkin 

Amelia 271 

Ann 140 

Asa P. 177 

Barbara 224 

Daniel 88 

David 88 

Edward L 177 

Fanny 177 

John 177 

Joaiafa M. 88 

Lucy 177 

Mary 140 152 

Mary Ann 287 

Philip 151 

Sally SS 

Sarah 177 

Sawyer 177 

Scbra 88 

Theodore 14S 

Zaoeheus 88 
HODGMAN Arthur Winfrcd 

239 241 
HODSKINSON Agnes 149 
HOE Abraham Barnes 205 
HOFFMAN Herman 104 
HOFFSES Isaac 184 

Lorea 184 

Lvdia IS 4 

Margaret 184 
HOFHEIMER Nathan 31S 
HOG AN An r.e 224 

Edward 271 
Hoit Sf4 Hoyt 
HOJABONE Abraham 130 

Hannah 136 

Maria Louise M. 130 



holbrook Betsey fo7 

' ' iroli 

rliezer 1 I t 
George I 14 

I 114 

W 111 
Henry 114 
John lit 118 107 108 

ha I 1 14 

Joseph 108 

Lydia 8 U 

Martha 114 
Mury 114 It. 7 108 
Mehitable 114 
Nancy 188 
Nehemiah 1 1 1 

114 
Rebecca 1 14 
Rebeeea luteals 115 

Hutli 114 

Batty ■ 
Sarah 114 

S u*ah Ann I I 1 

Sarah Y. 108 

Thomas T. 108 

Willard 114 
HOLDEN Phehe 287 
HOLLAND Abijah 252 

Anna 253 

David 8 283 

1 : W.E 241 
Eunice 
Fanny P. 253 

James 253 

Levins i 

Martha 2 

Mary a 253 

Oliver 253 

Susannah 221 

Thankful 252 253 

WUliam 252 
HOLLEY Holly 

Penelope 1 53 

Thomas 220 
HOLLIDAY Hollyday 

Ann 186 

Clement 145 271 

Margaret Tenett 3 

M irv 21S 

William 277 
HOLLISTER Kunice 15 
HOLLOWAY 301 

Baboock '«>o 

Lydia 300 301 

Samuel 300 

Weight 300 
Holly 3*4 Holley 
Hollvdav see Hollidav 
HOLMAN Mary Lovering 322 

Sarah J. 41 
HOLMES Abigail 114 

Abilene 1 14 

Ann Loisa 291 

Ann Louisa 280 

Burton W. 211 

Ebeneser 1 14 

Ebeneaer P. 114 

Edward 161 

Edwin Bradford xix 

Kxperiencc 253 

Frederick 114 

George 253 

George W. 253 

Gerahom i 

Horace 253 

IsetS 182 
Jehoahaphst 1 14 
John M 28 
l snivel 1 14 
1 eonard 288 
Marv 2.M 2>< 2-1 
Roxana \ 180 
Sally 114 2 

Sarah 114 
5< th w 253 



HOLMES cont'd 

Wilh, iin I h>, mas 287 
Hoi.l Benjamin 318 

Kllrn 105 121 

Julia Wrl,«ter tii 

Marian Chandler 106 121 
HOLTZER Ch irlrs W 
Hoi. YOKE M I. B H ltf2 
HOOD I*«tha 27 J 

I* 1 12 
ll'i"r.MAN John 140 
HOOK Mary 2 
HOOKER Abigail 15 

AHcr 13 14 

Anson 15 

Ashbel 15 

Calista 15 
r imu 1 5 

Elijah 18 

Harriet 15 

Horace 1 S 

Huldah 15 

John I 

Liivitnii 15 

Lucv 16 

Mary 16 

Marv Ann 15 

Poll] 13 

Priscilla 135 

Bamuel 1 5 

B 1 rah 15 
Saxa 15 
• th 15 
1 15 
Susannah 18 
Thomas 15 
Uriel 15 
Zil 
HOOPER Amos 280 290 
Arm 1 

id 280 290 
Elisa A. 178 
Isabel - 
John 137 144 149 
Julia 2- 
Murtha I 

Mary W 290 

Nancy : 
B imuel 1 ; 

Sarah 231 

Thomas 144 

William 17s 261 
HOOVERN David ! 
HOPKINS — Col Iviii 

Alexander 94 

Ann 1 ; 

ith 184 

Bedfield 04 95 100 

Dani< I 

Da\id 95 100 

!> trid P 64 

Edward Whiting 310 

Bleaa 

Elethera 157 

rabcth 12 223 231 204 278 
.00 

Francis 1 47 

Hannah 92 94 95 100 

James 94 

Jane 

Jenn\ 

Jol. 

John Jarvis 157 

Joaiah 
^ 94 

Lu 

Lydia H 

I 15 17 224 . 

Mir. \ 

Mebnda 94 

Moses 12 

N ■ 

t H.- 
Philip 21S 224 . 



\ 



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Index of Persons 



HOPKINS cont'd 
Rachel 263 
Rebecca 284 
Robert c, » 104 

Samuel Q4 

Sarah M M 166 I . r >7 

.Solomon '» I 

Thomas 12 KX) 

William '.I I OS 150 

HOPPER Deborah 229 

Lawk 231 
HORD Richard 20 

Horn vim set Van Horn 
HORNBLOWBR Henry 317 
HOKSFOKI) Mahlon 1. 130 
MORTON Phebe 21 I 
HOSKfNS Charity 43 
HOSKINSON Elisha 134 
HOSMER Charles M. 80 
Jameh SO 

HOTCHKISS Henrietta? 
HOTTEN John Camden :<0 
HOUGH George P. 196 

Mary II. I 
WilliHin KM 
HOUGHTON Anna 253 
( lenient Btet ena 319 
Daphne P. 187 

Jonas 187 

Josiah 187 

Nathaniel 269 

Oliver 253 

Phebe H. 187 

Thomaa 253 
HOUSTON Sarah 138 
HOVEY Joanna 9 
How see Howe 
HOWARD Abigail 14 211 

Alice 13 14 

Amaaa 102 

Anna 13 

Anne 13 14 

Barshcba 211 

Daniel 16 

Diana 209 211 

Duane 211 

Elijah 211 

Elijah Price 211 

Henry 13 

Huldah 13 

James 13 

John 152 

Joseph 264 

Lydia 192 

Mary 13 238 

Nathan 211 

Orb 211 

Phebe 211 

Rebecca 221 

Samuel 13 14 

Sarah 13 211 

Susannah 13 211 

Sylvester 21 1 

Thome* 218 

William 276 
HOWATON Sarah 138 
HOWE How 

Baraabai 1 14 

David 1 1 i 

Edward Willard vii x 
Humphrey 1 1 1 



Ignat 



us 224 



Marshall A. (Mrs.) xixiii 
Mary 271 

Silence 1 14 

Stanislaus 223 

Zerviah 114 
HOWES Howse 

Charles 136 

Florence Conant 7S vi viii 
xvii 

Henry 261 

Marv 229 

Zachariah 138 
HOWLAND Henry 1". M 



HOW1 n i \; . 83 
Thome 

iloWM' ■ ■ I low ••« 

HOWSLEY Henry 
IIOXTON Julia 161 

M in . 

nialaua 225 
HOYE Cephas ! 15 I »7 

lohn <; 272 

Martha 261 

P i .1 . 

Thomaa 147 
HOYT Holt 

Abigail P 180 193 200 201 

VI hr IOC 

Albert Hum-ton xxxi 
Alfred M 102 
Andrew Jnekson 201 
Ann Barafa 103 
Anna 206 
Arthur 100 
Marker 68 

Benjamin 60 71 
Benjamin Rav xxxi 
Charlotte 201 

Charlotte f 1K9 194 
Chaunccy B. 191 
CufTc 7:> 
Daniel 04 68 60 

Dennia 108 203 200 

Eliaa C L'o:< 

Elisabeth 191 198 : 

Elisabeth Ann 198 

Fannie UK) 

Frances xxxii 

Francis Southack xxix xxxi 

Frank xxxu 

Frank M. 190 

Fred 190 

Ceor«e 190 

Gilbert 190 

Gilbert P. 191 195 

Hannah M 1 

Hanson 198 199 205 206 

Harriet 192 

Harriet S. 190 194 

Jackson M 1 vs 

Jan,.- 188 189 203 200 

James W. 189 194 

James William 191 195 

Jeannette 190 

John 191 192 193 199 200 201 

206 
John Howard 195 
Jonathan OS I 
Jos. H 101 
Joseph 67 71 100 191 
Joseph 8. 105 

Simes 205 
Lilian 191 
Lirzie 190 191 
Lizzie J 1 
Luanda xxxi 

Lucy m i9i 

I « lis 180 108 203 206 

M ir ia M trton 199 

Margaret 100 

Margaret M 195 

Martha 191 

Martha A 190 195 

Martha Ann 191 192 195 106 

Marv 102 201 - 

Mary Ann 190 

Marv Frances 195 205 

Nancy 100 100 

Olive F 1- 

Olivia J. 19* 

Phebe Martha xxxii 

Polly 71 

Richard P. 100 191 195 

1 1< samond 100 

mud 190 194 195 190 

J00 



HOYT eonl 

. . |0fi 

101 205 
William 190 101 195 190 

191 "JO 

mm A 

Wii 201 

Winthrop I' 10 1 202 
HUBHARD Anna O. 115 
lienjamin ll" 115 

Lsey 1 15 
Chatles W 115 

• 115 
Cbloe 110 116 

Iward 111 
Fanny K 115 
i i ink Allmun 160 

. 
Joseph 1 . 1 18 
Joseph B. 1 18 
Lois 115 

ins 1 15 
Lucy K 115 
«el 115 

'I homaa 1 15 

u illard 115 

William 115 
HUCKINS Hurkings 

Clarissa J. 193 

Joseph C. 193 
t ry Davis 204 
HUDSON BandlaJ 7 10 

Daniel 7 

Eliaa 130 289 

Esther 130 

George 289 

Gertrude 130 

Hannah 7 10 

Harriet Eliaa 289 

James Otis 289 

John 130 

John T. 130 

John Topping 130 

Joaeph Richardson 289 

MarKHT< ' 

Mary Isabella 289 

Robert 130 131 
ih 7 

William 7 

William Richardson 289 
HUGHES He wee 

Ann 240 

Anne 1 

Georgt 222 

Jane 148 

Martha 240 

Marv 135 

Richard 232 

Hirhard Prooke 240 

Rober 10 

ah 149 

Bhubael 240 

William 162 
Hulbard see Hurlburt 
Hullwrt see Hurlburt 
HULL Charles 104 

Henry 211 

I is Jl 1 

tn 

Samuel 1<7 
HUMBERSTONE Ann 232 
HUMPHREY Humphrey 
Humphries Humphry 

Abigail 7 

Ann 2. 

Anne 7 

Dositheu^ ~ 

Isaac 211 212 
les 104 

John 7 

Joseph 7 

Josiah 21 1 

Julius Reemsn 21 1 
y 211 1.2 222 



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xcvn 



HUMPHREY cont'd 

Michael 7 

Miranda 211 

Nathaniel 7 

Richard 031 

Richard L 270 273 

Samuel 39 212 

Sarah Ann 130 

Thornaa 14 1 
HUNNEWELL Jamce Melville 

000 v vii viii 
HUNT Huntt 

Ann 207 

Anne 209 

I) 115 

George Allen xix 

James 217 

John 150 

Joseph 207 

M. R. 115 

Mary 115 

William Thomas 268 
HUNTER Colmore 263 

Cornelius A. 187 

Dosha 187 

Edward 187 

Elisabeth 267 

Elisabeth B. 187 

Hugh 252 

Ignatius 277 

Jean 252 

John 187 252 

Louis T. 187 

Luther 187 

Margaret 252 264 

Mary 252 

Richard 141 

Robert 252 

Robert M. T. 322 

Samuel 252 

Sarah 187 252 

William 252 
HUNTINGTON Cynthia W. 
49 

Frederick 39 

Hannah 49 

James S. 39 

John 39 

Mary H. 39 

Moses 49 

Rebecca 39 
HUNTRESS Huntriea 

Betsey 197 

Edward 192 

Eleanor 201 

George 198 201 

Isette F, 193 

Mary 201 

Mary E. 192 

Nathaniel 197 

Samuel 197 199 201 

Temperance 199 

William 193 
Huntt set Hunt 
HURDLE Lucretia 225 

Marv 223 
HURLBURT Hulbard Hulbert 
Hurlbut 

Abby E. 39 

Almira 253 

Ann 253 

Anna 253 

Charles S. 39 

Chauncev 39 

David 253 

Enoch 115 

James 253 

John 253 

Levi 253 

Loring 253 

Louis 253 

Luther 253 

Maria 39 

Martha A. 39 

Mary 253 



HURLBURT cont'd 
Mary W M 
Mitly - 
Phebe 
Bum 2 

Susannah 253 
Watv 
HURLEY Arnold 230 
Barnhcl.il MJ 

BmII 150 

( 'oriK-lniM 220 

Daniel 145 222 
John 140 

Mary H'. 2(2 263 270 
Rhode 217 

Salem 145 

Sarah 140 228 

Surah Ann 272 

William 136 151 152 220 
HURRY I'hillis 275 
HUSSEY Hunay Hussey 

Abigail 45 51 

Anna A. 48 

Batchelor 44 

FhnnciBQf 50 

Elisabeth 44 40 

Klinira 51 

Hannah 44 46 

Huldah 44 45 46 

James 46 47 48 49 

Jedediah 126 

Judith 44 45 

Lydia 44 

Margery 91 

Mary 44 

Mercy 44 50 

Obadiah 45 

Peter 44 

Phebe 44 46 49 

Priacilla 44 45 

Rebecca Jane 49 

Samuel 44 

Samuel F. 126 

Sarah 44 47 

Simeon 44 46 

Stephen 44 45 127 

Temperance 47 48 49 

Timothy 45 51 

William 44 46 47 48 
HUSTEN William 223 
HUSTHER Jacob 217 
Hutcheson stt Hutchinson 
HUTCHINS Hutching* 

Betsey 283 

Charles I^ewis six 
HUTCHINSON Hutcheeon 
Hutchison 

Ann 229 262 

Anne 30 

Klixabeth 140 

George 141 

John B. 277 

Marv 061 

Nathan 134 

Samuel 147 

Theodore 273 

William 138 
Hussey set Hussey 
HYATT Aquila D. 274 

Christopher 135 217 

Christopher C. 279 

Eleanor 001 

Elisabeth 143 

Marv . 
HYDE Hide 

Ann 217 

Ephraim 1 14 

George 144 

George W 270 

Hennv 255 

I.cttv 2 

Matilda - 

Priscilla 152 

s Worrell 317 

Sarah 1 J^ 



I.IIAKT licl.-hr.rt 
Rhaetx ' 
Jemima 229 

!>• 

tannah 1 15 

William ltu 
HAMS .20 

ILLSLBY William 7.0 76 
INCHES Susan Brimmer a I it 
In-lian Mill \tt MOOT* Willi 
Indicolt iff I .i. ■!.. ott 
INGHAM 13 

I.ngraham leabeUe 85 

Joaeph Sprague 85 
IRELAND Jamea262 

Robert Livingston 236 
IRISH John 
IRVIN Margaret 230 
ISAAC Inaaca 

Ann 270 

Caroline M 219 

Hannah 141 266 
Joseph 276 

Martha Ann 277 
Mary 201 
Miranda 278 
Rachel 220 268 
Richard 269 
Sarah I J^ 

Wiley 276 
ISERS0N Abraham S. 317 
ISHAM Abigail 3*J 

Allen 39 

Ashur 39 

Cheater C 39 

( liirdon 39 

Jeannette 39 

John W. 39 

Trvphena 39 
IVES" Nlarv 15 
IV1NGTON Ann 227 



JACKSON Abby E. 179 
Abigail 102 
Albert R 102 
Alden 100 
Alexander 144 168 
Amaaa 14 
Anna 1 15 
Atwood 179 

-tin 170 
Betsey 166 
Hriggs C. 184 
Clara 176 
Clarissa 102 183 
Edwin If. 102 
Elite 1 1 
Elisabeth 169 184 

,:ra 165 

50 169 174 
George K 184 
H innah 168 169 172 
Hannah E. 102 
Herri 

Henry 05 179 
[are v ' 273 
Jamea 165 
James A. 179 
Jane 160 I 175 
John 149 168 221 
.1 -wph 102 168 170 
Joseph A. 166 
Joseph Rigga 160 xix 
Juliet 2 
Lonnda 179 
Lucinda 1S4 
Lucinda J. 184 
I vdia 169 

Margaret 165 173 183 
Marion 17;' 
Marv 14 165 168 169 170 173 

lvl . 
Miriam 

•,cy 90 100 



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Index of Persons 



JACKSON cont'd 
Nathaniel 168 

Olivr 170 

Orrington 108 

Phineaa 17o 

Rachel 108 100 175 

Rebecca Ki2 100 

Richard l 15 

Bamuel 100 108 100 17<» 181 

Samuel Wateri i »,», 179 

Barak 108 170 183 207 

Barah C 08 

Barah E 100 

Stephen 1 10 

Warren 170 

William 102 1.10 10S 109 2G7 

William B. 208 

William John 149 

Zulema 17ti 1S1 

Zulerna 109 
JACOB Alice 1 IS 

Jemima l 1 1 

Mordecai 150 '-'70 

Richard 135 
JAMES Abby W. 115 

Ann 152 

Daniel 135 
Freeman 1 1 6 
Henry 1 15 

.1. •ui in 1 15 
Mary C. 115 
Ralph 1 15 
w illiam 1 15 
JAMESON Benedict 221 

Oswald 232 

Sophia 202 
JANVRIN — Widow 197 
JARMAN Jarmain 

Ann 140 207 

Elisabeth 152 
JARVIS John 131 150 157 

Jonathan 148 

Sarah 150 157 
JEANS Jeaini Jeancs 

Jacob 27 1 

Mary 130 

Susannah 140 
Jefferay sec JctTrey 
Jeffcries see Jeffrev 
JEFFERSON William 270 
JEFFREY Jefferay Jefferiea 
Jeffreys 

Benjamin Berry 152 

Thomas lxiv 

William 220 lix 
JEKYLL Nicholas 27 
Jcncks set Jcnks 
JENIFER Daniel 205 
Jeninn see Jennings 
JENKINS Ally 228 

Ann 219 220 270 

Ann Sarah 278 

Archibald 270 

Catherine 45 

Colmore 277 

Content 45 

Content C. 51 

Dorcas Maria 278 

Drusilla 2t">."> 

Eleanor 228 

Elizabeth 274 

Francis 139 

George 273 

Isaac 148 

Jackin 144 

Jemima 51 

John 232 

Joseph 44 139 

Joshua 49 50 51 125 

Leonard 223 209 

Margaret 139 

Mary 219 202 

Maasey II. 220 

Mehitable 128 

Miriam 49 



JENKINS cont'd 
Nat hun 51 
Nathaniel 44 

-II Sill 
Pbebe 50 
Prieeilla 130 14 
I *r i - ilia \ : a . 
Robert Dalton 
Bally 103 

Sibyl 49 r,o 5] 
Stephen "»i 
Thomas 148 
Triffa . 

William 136 270 276 
Winifred 21S 

Zadok 223 

JENKS Jencka 

Addic 214 

Adeline 212 
Anrill«-s 303 

l.!i/:i 212 

George F. 212 
Rachel 212 

Samuel 2 I 2 

Thomas 212 
JENNKRS Abriel 221 
JENNINGS JoninRS 

Amur Bun 317 

Peter 218 
Walter 235 
JEPSON Abigail 48 47 50 

Alirarn 49 

Cynthia W. 49 

Elijah 127 

John 138 128 

Lydia 49 

Mary 50 

Phcbc C. 47 

Samuel 127 

Sarah 45 

William 45 47 50 
Jrrman see German 
JEWELL Jewel 

Asa 05 71 74 76 

Daniel 70 

David 69 

Fielder 272 

John 71 
JEWETT Jewet 

— Capt. see Jewel Aaa 

— Mrs. 73 
Aaron 74 75 
Eli 70 

Jacob 04 66 
John 72 
Jonathan 03 08 73 

Tryphom xh-i 

Johns see Jones 
JOHNSON Aaron 89 

Alexander 22 I 

Alfred v vii viii xi 

Ann 205 27S 

Anna 39 

Benjamin 153 

Betaey 113 167 

Bracket 74 

Caroline 89 178 

Danford 253 

David 39 

Drusilla 262 

Edward Francis 3 

Kl.hu 39 

Elijah 187 

Eliiabeth 39 218 220 

Elmira 39 

Ephraim 88 S9 

Esther 89 

Expcrienc*. 88 

Kxj^encnce Ann 89 

Francis 88 

George 88 

Hannah 193 

Helen V. 39 

Henrietta 154 



Johnson oont'd 
Heaekiaa 115 279 

Inn 

Isaiah 

Jnoofa 39 88 89 

Jamc* 14. 70 

Joanna 1 I 

John - ',7 278 

Jonathan . 

J.*wph . 

I emu< : 

I ... 

Lvdia . 

Msria 

Martha 88 

Mary 141 184 

Mary Ann . 

Mary ll • 

Mercy . 

Mime 2 

M I . 

Nabby 88 89 

Nai 

kthaniel 88 89 
hemiah 89 

I Irrk - • 

Patty 88 89 

Penti Isal*! xix 

Revei I . . 

Rich a. I 277 

Rinaldo l 1 

Sallv - 

Samuel 88 

Sanford 39 

Sarah 39 115 II. 

Sarah Norwood 265 

Smith 115 
tepnen I 

Thomas 21 

Virlinda 141 

W irrei 10 89 

William i»"'7 

William u 
JOHNSTON Thomaa 263 
JOINER Joecph 226 
JOKCHERER Alexander Lewi* 

JONES Johns Jonis 
Abraham 228 275 

Alexander 107 

Allan 167 

Ann 137 144 154 I 

Ann Richards . 

Anne 150 

Archibald 167 

Arev 1 I.'. 

Augusta E. 194 

Benjamin 7 I 17 262 

Bini 217 

Butlor 161 

Calvin 212 

Calvin M. 212 

Charitv 1 I 

Charles L 20S 

Clanct 

David 13S 222 253 261 

212 
Edward 1S4 225 231 
Elijah 144 
Eliza 99 
Elizabeth 142 147 173 212 225 

253 274 
Eliiabeth A. 39 
Eliiabeth E. 276 
Emilv 167 
Eooofa 173 
Esther 48 
Eunice 173 
Fannv 173 
Frederick 265 

Geor*e 145 148 149 225 279 
George W 2 '2 
Hannah 87 
Hatton Middleton 262 



v 



Index of Persons 



XC1X 



JONES eoikt'd 

Hawks M7 

Henry ill 184 275 
[da C 212 
Jhiui-h 87 145 ! 
Junta ( lodfrey -78 

Jane «M 262 

Jane Amanda 202 

Jobfl S7 xxxv 

Jon it ban i7.{ 
Joaaph s: 
Jowias I 18 2 12 

I .< • 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■ I is 

Littey 151 

I.ouin.'i L'7 I 

Luoinda ^7 

i.v.in 87 95 

Margaret II 1 

Maria 48 277 

Marti. a L85 173 258 208 

Marv 1<S 151 170 173 

212 222 221 

Mary Ann [67 270 
Matilda H. 276 

Mutt Hushnell vi 



184 



Mattfa 



!12 



MehiUble 212 
Mehitable R 212 
Mercy 212 
Millikea 167 

Miriam 17.5 

Monica 1 !•• 

Moses I 52 

Nanc) 173 

Nancy B. 184 

Patience 172 

Pml v. B. 82 

Perry 217 

Philemon 271 

Ph. His 232 

Randall 184 

Rebecca 139 173 231 

Richard 142 221 204 

Robert Andereon 230 

Roaalinda 187 

Bally ii>7 262 

Bemud 149 227 270 

Sarah 135 152 107 173 2G1 
270 

Btephen 21 

Stephen 8. 281 

Buaannah 225 231 201 

Theodore 276 

Tlu.nws 48 151 194 278 

Washington 1<>7 

William 152 167 217 209 273 

William O 279 
TOPP Kenneth B. xvii 
JORDAN Susannah Richard- 
son 283 
fOSLIN Willinm E. (Mrs.) 318 
fOURNEY Margaret 220 

fOY Joseph 220 
IUDD Jud 

Allyn S. 10 

Allvn Southmayd 10 

AJthea 16 

Anna 16 

Anthony 15 18 

Elizabeth 10 

Fanny 16 

Frederick 16 

Gay lord 16 

Jane M. 16 

Joanna 16 

John 15 18 

Lucy 16 

Melissa 7 

Milicent 16 

Polly 15 16 

Sally 16 

Samuel 104 

Susannah 15 16 13 

Sylvester 294 

Thomas 15 16 18 



JUDD oont'd 

I 'hy 16 

18 

juii.MAKi) Prederie a :ii: 

KANE John III 

'.: iry 133 

Bibyl : 
KAYHAWI.EY David 138 
KEADI.E Kl.ial.eth II i 

John 261 
>ry 154 

Thomai 1 1 1 

W illiam 280 

\v iaeman 1 1 B 
KEARNS Mary 131 
ki ECH Keit 

( 'lariaaa 26 1 

William 139 
KEEN Keene 

Arthur B. 78 

Maria liv 
KKKkl. . II. 275 

Keel h Mi Keith 
Kcitch iff Keech 
KEITH Keetfa 

Edward 217 

Oerrard 142 

Rebecca 1 5 I 
KEI.I.EY Kelly 

Alexander 181 

Anna 77 

Catherine Van Allen 131 

Holdrida 63 

.1 lines (17 
Jane 221 

-<|)h 74 
Kate 68 

Margaret 136 

William 276 
KELLOGG Abraham 8 

Benjamin 253 

Chauncey Seymour 8 

Clarissa L. 8 

George Washington 8 

1 i .race Dryden 8 

Isaac 8 

Joseph 8 253 

Laura 8 

Lucy 8 

I.ydia 9 

Maria 8 

Martin 8 

Mary Ann S 

Mary B. 8 

Merron 8 

Olive 8 

Ralph 8 

Ralph Thincas 8 

Rel>ecca 8 

Samuel 8 

Sarah 8 253 

Silaa 253 
KELI.UM Kphraim 104 

Joshua 104 
Kellv <cf Kellev 
KEMP Edward 317 

James 26 2 
Keniaon stt KonnisoD 
Keniaaoa BM Kennison 
Keniaton ttt Kennison 
KENNARD Susan 193 
KENNEDY — Widow 194 

Abiel 172 179 

Abigail 184 

Alden 102 

Alexander 1S4 

Anne xlv 

Calvin 167 

Cvrene 171 

Daniel 170 

David 175 178 

Donald xlv 

Fdith Golding xJv 

Elixa 184 



• NKIiY ronfd 
lita J 167 
iat*lh 171 172 176 179 
George I 7 8 

Iding xxvii xlv 
Hannah II 

Harriet White xlv 

Harrm xlv 
Henry 171 
Hrfiry ECdwio 172 

Henry B 171 

Jamn 184 236 
Jan- !«>_• 

John 102 170 171 184 
foa ph 102 

rtav R 179 
Lincoln 171 
Lucioda 1*1 183 
Luthei 

Martha J 102 

Mary 167 

Mary Ann 172 179 
Mary Jane 175 
Mildred xlv 
N mcy 175 

Nathaniel 175 178 
Nicholas 166 
I *ia 171 
Polly 178 179 184 

Rachel 171 

]:• i •-« 184 
1 1 a 175 

imuel 108 167 

ah 184 

Beaneadal 171 

lair xlv 

m Haskell 184 
■ ' . 

Thomaa 1 

W illiam 102 1 71 

Wi!h. t in Henry 175 

Willinm I. . 

William V 179 
KENNEY Kenny 

Benj in in 97 

Daniel 98 

Israel 

Jane 98 

Joshua 97 

I-ouisa xl 
rah 97 

Sukey 98 

Thomaa 
KENNISON Keniaon Keniaaon 
Keniaton 

Al-igail 72 

Ann 68 

Dorcas 67 

Doroth'. 
■ rue 74 

Henry 66 67 69 

J a itu. - 

Samuel 86 
Kennv <rc Kenney 
KENT Chauncy 39 

Clarissa 39 

Daniel 27 J 

Harriet 274 

Joseph . 

Rcl>ecea Frentise xxiii 
KERRICK F.lixabeth 138 
KERSUM Fsthrr H 193 
KETCHAM Elixa Randolph 
xlviii 

Enoch xlviii 

Susan Van Aukeo xlviii 
KETLIN Jane 2 
KEY Edmund 260 

[gnataoa 14<"> 
KIBBE AKin 39 

Hannah 39 

Sarah N 39 
KIDWELL Catherine 269 

Elixabeth 221 



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KIDWELL OOOt'd 

George 227 1174 
Harriet 208 

JkIIK'H ] . r >2 

John 144 145 

Joseph W. 271 

JOMIHM 836 
Leonard 221 
Margaret 145 
Martha 277 
Mary 278 
Matthew 141 
Pricey 229 

Sarah 145 

Sophia Mary 142 

Theodore 225 

Thomas 140 

William 274 

Witticim 142 
KILTON George 221 
KIMBALL Kimbal 

Daniel 6 

Hannah 280 

Henry Ames 159 

Henry Swift 318 

Jamca W. 81 242 

Mary Elizal>oth 6 

Richard 115 238 
KINCAID Samuel 174 

Susannah 100 
KINEN Patrick 203 
KING Ann 137 

David 283 289 290 

Eleanor 142 

Klinha 220 

Elizal>eth 140 147 230 

Henrietta 230 

Hetty 219 

Isaac 225 

Jacob 229 

James 274 

James Swann 227 

Jane 225 

John 135 137 152 218 

Iveonard 139 

Lucy 280 289 

Lucy Ann 289 

I.v.ii a 13 

Mary 224 204 279 

Mary Ann 

Richard 152 219 

Uuth 148 
Sabret 217 
Sarah 150 228 
Susannah 138 150 224 
Telly 271 

Thomas 148 270 278 
Thomas M. 151 
William 221 
KINGHORNE Anna 131 
David 131 
George 131 
Jane Grant 131 
KINGMAN Achsah 212 
Austin 212 
Caroline 212 
Edmund 212 
John 192 
Marv 198 
Mehitable 212 
Willard 212 
KINGSBURY Kingsbery 
Alfred 115 110 
Alice Eliza 318 
Anna 41 115 110 
Anne 39 
Betsey 39 

Deliverance 115 110 
El>enezer 1 10 
Eleaser 38 
Elizabeth 147 
Hannah 110 
Jabex 39 41 
John 39 
Joseph 115 110 



KINCSBUKY r.,r,tM 
Lurrctia ui 
Margaret 1 ]'. 
Nathaniel 38 40 
Odadiah 39 
r.-rei 40 
Uuth 
Sally 

Samuel .('( 
Samuel U 39 
Sarah 86 40 I] 

Sophia 40 

KINGSLF.Y Augustus C. 110 

Lewis 1 1>, 

Ixmjih N 110 

I'ardon 110 

I'hear 110 

Ralph N. 110 

Rosa W. 110 

Susan 1 10 
KIRBY Francis 142 264 

Ichalnxl 301 

Jane I 

John Baptist 137 

I'atience 297 

Phebe 301 

Richard 143 

Sarah 135 
KJTTEL Albert R. 212 

Allen 2 12 

Alvinza 212 

Anna 212 

Benjamin 212 

Electa 212 

Elizabeth 212 

Esther 212 

Eunice 212 
George W. 212 

Lucy 212 

M. 212 

Marv R. 212 

Rachel Maria 212 
Stephen 212 
Stephen S. 212 
Susan 212 
Susannah 212 
William 212 
KITTREDGE Kittrcge 
Almena 280 
Benjamin Kendall 282 
Benjamin Whiting 285 289 

290 
Calvin 283 284 
Charles 289 

Charlotte Elizabeth 290 
Edward Holmes vi 
George 290 
Hosea 284 
Jane 290-291 
Jane W. 287 
John 285 291 
Julia Augusta 289 
Kendall 289 290 
Lvdia 285 289 290 291 
Martha 280 
Marv Ann 285 
Sarah 282 289 291 
u iUmm 290 
KNAPPEN Asa 218 
Eliza A 218 
John U 212 
Bally 218 
Bherebiah 212 
KNIGHT Knighta 
Benjamin 174 
Betsey 174 
Daniel 174 314 

Hannah 181 

Hannah N> n 

John 174 191 201 204 314 

John M 285 

Joshua 314 

Lawrence 19S 

Lvdi.i 314 

Nathaniel 314 



KNIGHT eonl 
'be 174 

.lv 174 
Prudence |74 
Samuel 174 
Thomas 314 

Warren 174 

KNK.HTON Knifthteo 
Mary 232 
Samuel 152 278 
Thompaey 152 

Knights \rr Knight 

KNOTT Clornonl 203 

Elisabeth 220 
KNOWLES - Mr 72 
KNOWLTON Luthera liii 

Bally 98 
KNOX Nook Nokaa 

Khenezer 307 .308 

Eliza 189 

Elizabeth 307 

Esther 308 

Eva Pray 189 

0. W. 196 

Judith 308 

Lvdia 71 307 314 

Mary 307 308 

Merry .ill 

Rebecca 308 

Reuben .309 

Sarah 309 

Sylvanus 308 

Thomas 308 
Kockaaell iff Coggeahall 
KOONES David265 
KROWLES David 232 

LABARRON Samual 104 
LACEY Mary Ann 204 
LADD Adella F. 40 

Ahijah 40 

Alice lx 

Alma 40 

Amelia li 

Anna 40 

Anna M. 40 

Ariel 40 

Babson Savilian xxviii lx 

Olia 40 

Ceha M 40 

Daniel lx 

Delle E. 40 

Eliab 40 41 

Elizalx-th 8. 40 

Ella Cora lx 

Ephraim 40 

Ezekiel 40 

Hannah 40 

Joel 40 

John lx 

John M 40 

John Savilian lx 

John Wood Brooks lx 

Jonathan 40 

Jonathan T. 40 

Joseph 40 

Lucv A 40 

Lura 40 

Lustiila 40 41 

Lutiicr 40 

Lvdia 40 184 

Margaret 40 

Mary 40 

Mary Ann 40 lx 

Nathaniel lx 

Rebecca T. 40 

Roxv 40 

Ruth 40 

Sally 285 

Samuel 40 

Stephen 40 

Susan 40 

Theodore S. 40 
LADUEOrra212 



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LADUE ooot'd 
Stephen 212 
LADYMAN Priscills 142 
LADYMKRE Eliialx th .'. 
Laer van see Van I 
LAIGHTON Luten Letten I >' 
ton 

Elian 192 
Plummet 223 

Rrlii-.Ta 1 JO 

Thomas 201 
Thomas B. 192 
Thomas Plummet 228 
William 228 

LAIRD John 222 
LAMAR Alba 267 

Elizabeth 207 208 
Francis 203 

Mary 208 

Priscilla 150 

Rachel 144 

Richard 181 

Richard Melcoin 204 

Sarah 275 

Susannah 153 

William 231 
LAMBERT Elizabeth J. 277 
LAMES Abigail 40 

Hnld.'ih 40 

Nathaniel 45 40 
LAMM Christina J. 212 

Etta N. 212 
LAMPHEAR Martha A. 38 
LAMSON Albert Honry v vi xi 
LANDERS Caleb 212 

Lydia 212 
LANDON Cynthia 212 

Daniel 

Eunice 9 

George 212 

Martha 9 

Sally 10 

Seth 9 10 
LANE Abby Frances 02 03 

Abraham 04 

Anna Mathea 62 

Barbara 270 

Barbara Susannah Parker 
207 

Charles 264 

Edmund J. 03 

Eleanor 232 

Elizabeth Bowie 232 

George 02 03 73 77 

Jabci 02 63 09 70 71 72 73 77 

James 72 237 

James Pillsbury 237 

Jeremiah 77 

John 71 140 

Joshua 04 05 66 74 

Lvdia 192 

Mary 68 

Nathan 104 

Rachel 74 

Reuben L. 192 

S. D. 76 

Samuel 62 03 67 88 72 73 74 
75 76 77 79 

Wallis 206 

William 71 77 
LANEBUT Nancv 276 
LANG Ann 140 

Catherine 217 

David 76 

Hettie li 

John 138 
LANGDON Hannah 206 

John 204 

Samuel 192 

Sarah A. 192 
LANGLEY Langly 

Cornelius 274 

Henry 263 

James 271 

Martina 273 



LANGLEY OOOt'd 
■. knn 

Sarah I 

Walker 2 II 

William 277 
LANGSTAFF Mai 
LANGWORTIIY John lot 

Robert lot 
LAN HAM Arm 161 189 -'74 

Aquila 149 27 1 

Catherine 18 I 

Charity 138 

Elisabeth 140 262 273 

George l io 273 

Milliarv 143 
John 228 
Josias 1 > I 
Layer 148 
Lucy 274 
Margaret 231 
Mary 150 152 273 
Masse y Ann 143 
Mildred 219 
Ruth -'72 
Sally 227 
Sarah 283 284 271 
Sarah Ann 138 
Sarah Lee 227 
Solomon 138 

Stephen 137 

Susannah 181 

Virlinda 141 

William 268 209 270 
LANIER Henry Wyaham iii 
LANSBURG William 230 
LANSDALE Ann 150 

Catherine 273 

Cornelia 232 

Elizabeth 219 

Elizabeth M 20 5 

Isaac 183 218 

John W. 270 

Margaret 141 
LAPHAM Henry 0. 317 

John J. (Mrs.) 317 
LAPP Anna M. 212 

Anton 212 

Conrad 212 

Elizabeth 212 

Lizzie 212 

Martha E. 212 
LARSON Lawrence M. S2 
LARY — Widow 89 
LASH Margaret 108 
LASSELL William 131 
Laten see Laighton 
Lathron see I/Othrop 
LATIMER James 888 
Letten \rv Lai«hton 
Latton see Laighton 
LAURIAT Charles Emeliui vi 
LAWRENCE 206 

— Widow 04 

George A. 227 
LA WRY Elizabeth 227 
LAWS William 144 
LAWSON Betsey 287 

Elisabeth 229 276 

Mary 144 

Susannah 272 

Thomas 152 

William 136 142 
LEACH I^atch Leitch 

Ann 202 

Benjamin 141 

Draden 231 

Elisabeth Johnson 

James 151 

John 203 

Margaret 139 

Mary 225 

Susannah 138 

Tabitha 281 

Thomas 150 201 

Virlinda 150 



LEACH cont'd 
William 208 

! "I eon »r<l 

I LAKY 

Daniel 312 
James 

Jan.- H2 
Sarah 812 

" I/^ach 

LEATUB Samuel I! 'Mm.) 318 
LKAV1TT Uavit 

76 

•'> 

Anna 67 

Benjamin 04 oo 

Charles 81 

John 71 

Jonathan 68 71 76 

Lilian 04 65 
Mary 70 

Miles • 

Re I 68 

Samuel 67 

Suaann ifa 71 
LEBBALD George 140 
LKCKOR Thomas 145 
LBCOMPT Resin 227 
LEDYARD Deborah 11 

ll-phzihah 10 11 

John 11 

Mary 11 

Nathaniel 1 1 
LEE Atubah 131 

Basil 272 

lli'iijamin 273 

icis Lightfoot 203 285 

Henry 141 

Richard 138 

Samuel 131 
LEEK.E Jemima 232 

Rezin B 271 
LEGRO Abigail 314 

David 314 

John 314 

Li/./ie J. 195 

Samuel 314 

Sarah 314 

Thomas 314 
Leitch ms I-each 
LKLAND Henry 285 
LENAWAY Charlotte 227 
LENING Elizabeth 38 
LENMAN Isobel H 317 
LENSEY E!izal>eth 151 
LENTON Marv 144 
LEONARD learned 

Cara Waterston xx 

Charles Webster 318 

Daniel 8 

Hannah 84 

John 293 

Martha 293 

Merros) 8 
LETCH WELT Marv 222 
LETCHWORTH John 224 

Joseph 203 

Martha 881 

Susannah 231 
I-evington see Livingston 
LEWIS Luia^ 

Amanda F. 36 

Ammon 106 

Ann 218 

Augustus 213 

Henajah 320 321 

Benjamin 320 

Charles 321 

Charlotte 166 

Daniel 153 

Edmund xxxiii 

Elisa 213 

Elizabeth M. 21 

Elmanaon 321 

Ft/sdi 321 



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Index of Persons 



LEWIS eoat'd 

Ernsmeu IV1I 275 

Franklin Henahaw xxxiii 
George Harlan xix 
Henry 10 i 
Hugh 161 
Jabei 320 321 
James 320 32 1 
Luoinja Ann 275 
M. LoulM xix 

Martha 320 .121 

Mary 143 

Minerva 320 

Nancy 320 

Palemon 321 

Sabin 320 321 

Samuel Shaw xxxiii 

Sarah 160 213 320 321 

Sarah Borden xxiiii 

Sarah Burden Durfuc xxix 
xxxiii xxxiv 

Stephen 106 

Thomaa 270 
LIEBMANN Adolf 310 
Linrh KM Lynch 
LINCOLN Elisiiheth Wilder 
xlv 

George 20 

Mary 230 

Rachel 171 

Robert Todd 316 

Waldo 121 122 viii 
LINDSEY Lindaay Lineey 

Benjamin 1 1 '1 

Kleanor 270 

Elisabeth 270 

George 224 

John 270 273 

Matilda 262 

Noble 20S 

Rachel 228 

Samuel 1 10 203 

Susannah 270 

Thomaa 1.50 

Waltha 110 
Linn see Lvnn 
LINSCOTt Albert L. 90 

Almira 234 

Betsey 02 

Betsey Ann 90 

Charles 92 

Clorinda 90 

Daniel J. 234 

Elijah 92 

Ephraim 87 

Esther 89 

Frank D. 234 

Hannah 87 92 107 

Hiram 87 

James 90 

Jane 87 

John 87 92 

John E. 184 

John G M 

Jonathan 87 

Joseph 87 

Lucinda 92 

Lucy 92 

Lvdia 95 90 

Martin 90 

Mary 87 

Mary J. 90 

Mellon 00 

Nabby 87 

Nancy 89 

Patience 181 

Sarah E. S7 

Susannah 96 173 

William 95 

William II. 96 

Zoa 92 
Linsev see Lindsey 
LINT Peter 104 
LINTON Anne 222 



LINTON cont'd 

Martha I 
LISBY Ann 217 

Eleanor 28 I 
LITTLKFOkD John 226 22f 

Mary 14 '» 
Thomaa 222 
LIVINGSTON I^vuiKalon 

John 21 H 
Robert 104 
Robert La Roy 206 
LOATHKK Benjamin 136 
LOCKK I , 

— Mr 73 
I Deborah 3 

Franklin Day 317 

Jacob 73 

John 7:> 

Joseph 74 
LOCKER Amany 204 

Ann 203 

Barbara 271 

David 218 

Isaac 219 

Philip 145 

Richard H. 277 

8arah 274 
IjOO. see Lowa. 
LOFLIN Mary 144 
LOGAN Lloyd 228 
LOME Bennett 275 
LONDY John 104 
LONG John 224 

Samuel 144 

William 140 
LOO MIS Edward Eugene 310 

Sterling 40 

Susan 10 

Warren W. 40 
LOPAUS Hannah 285 

Nancy 285 
LORD Abigail C. 40 

Ann xxxvi 

Josephine Caroline lvii 

Martha 315 

Mary 200 

Mary S. 41 

Oliver 40 41 

Sarah 300 

Sarah Ann xxxvi 
LORING Loreni 

Arthur Greene vii 

Augustus Peabody 317 

Carl 41 

Emilv 41 
LOTHERON Deborah 224 
LOTHROP Lathrop 

Fre<lerick 7 

Martha 7 

Thornton Kirkland 317 

Thornton Kirkland (Mrs.) 
317 
LOUNDERS 294 

June 29 i 

Tabitha 294 
LOUNESBURY Lucy 10 
LOVE Margaret 142 

Nathaniel 222 
LOVEJOY Alexander 137 218 

Ann 150 

Eleanor 147 

George N. 211 

Josias 150 

Lett ire 21') 

Michael 149 264 

Rebecca 230 

Samuel 2' 7 
LOVELACE Loveless 

Ann 277 

Basil 227 

Elisha 150 

Elisabeth Ssrah 276 

Henderson 270 

Ignatius 226 

Isaac 21S 



Lovelace eoat'd 
beans 2. 
. 
Luke . 

Mary Ann 231 
Milicent Ann 143 
Uoifl 217 
LOVELL Franklyn Hallett 
(Mrs) 310 

Louies 

Ua D. in 

M i.x 

LOVET Dolly 300 

LOIS \rr I ,Wfl 

I OWDBlf lUrhal 143 
LOWE Lc* Low 

— Mr 77 

Ann 217 220 

Barbara 207 

Barsheba 147 

Barton 14 1 

Basil 146 

Charles F. 220 

Deborah 2 

Dennis 140 

Eliaa 140 

Elizabeth 150 

hither 142 

George 219 

Jacob 07 08 09 70 72 

James 140 151 

James Rector Magruder 230 

John 75 142 144 

John II 149 

John W. 2 

Joseph 74 

Kexiah 149 

Kitty 264 

I^ithy 151 

Mary 136 

Priarilla 22 J 

Rachel 141 149 232 

Rebecca 137 

Sarah 141 

Taylor 7 1 

Vinifrcd 217 

William 143 2 

William Gilman 235 
LOWELL Abbott Lawrence 235 
LOWMDES Elisabeth - 
LOWNDES Rebecca 140 
LOWRY John 229 . 
LDCAS Lukaa 

Adam 262 

Agnes 254 

Andrew 254 

Ann 271 

Daniel I 

James 104 2.54 

John 139 148 

Margaret I 

Martha 254 

Mary 254 

William 254 
LUCKLAND Ann Maria 278 
LUCY John 72 
Luis set Lewis 
Lukaa set Lucas 
LDNT Hannah 199 
LDPELL Susie 141 
LURVEY Abigail 283 288 289 

Enoch 283 290 
Hannah 281 
Hannah Bovnton 286 
Isaac 283 2S8 290 
Jacob 281 283 
Rebecca 286 
RhocU283 
Samuel 283 289 290 
-annah 282 
LUSBY Lusbey 
Eleanor 142 
John 135 
Susan 266 



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cm 



LUSLEFORD Mary l 
LUTIUS George 271 
LUXON Anthony 117 
LYPOKI) David 

Barafa 309 
LYLES I. vie 

Rleanor Weat 220 

Eliaa 264 

Elisabeth 220 

Emily 2(,7 

Marjory 231 

Martha J 18 

Mnry 222 

I'riscilla 137 

Richard 148 

Sarah Maaruder 270 

Sidney 271 

Thotnai 187 161 

Zachariah 271 
LYNCH Linoh 

Amelia 148 

James 200 273 

Jane 227 

John L. 274 

John S. 141 

Walter 273 
LYNN Linn 

Ann 220 

Colarton 220 

Cyrus 254 

David 254 

George 25 1 

James 254 

John 254 

Joseph 25 I 

Nancy 254 

Nathaniel 254 

Polly 254 

Rebecca 251 

Sally 2f) J 
LYON Barna 154 

Benjamin It. 254 

Betaey 2."> i 

Cornelia Peck 131 

Frances Matilda 131 

Jano 131 

Jerro 2. r )4 

John D. 131 

John Howard 131 

Joseph 131 

LorenSQ 254 

Luke 254 

Mary 25 I 

Nancy 254 

Nathan H. 254 

William Howard 131 

MAAN Johnson 279 
McALISTER Alexander 94 
Archibald 94 1G7 

Beteey 94 

Frank 94 

Hiram 94 

Mary 94 

Rosanna 94 

Ruth 94 

Ruth A. 94 

Sarah M 
McAtee s<\- McCarthy 
Macatee see McCarthy 
McATYER Isabella 131 

John 131 
McAWSEY David 104 
MCCARTHY Macatee McAtee 
McCartey McCartv 

Ann 217 

Clarissa 139 

Daniel 227 

Dennis L52 

Louis 3 IS 

Matilda M. S. 270 

Sarah 227 

McCartney Fanny 221 

McCartv see McCarthv 
MACCASTLE Mary 153 



McCAULKY II.-',.-. k | :i 
McCLAIN I". I. 318 
McCLELLAN Daniel 
Hu K h . 

Jiini'i 
Jean 2 
John | 

Margaret . 
Michael 2 

KolKjrt 255 
R o b ert Leweoo 258 
Samuel 255 
rah 255 

McCLERKEN John IM 
McCLINTOCK Samuel 2S0 
McCLISH Robert 1 18 
McCOBB Andrew 184 

Eliml>eth 1st 
MacCOLGIN Catherine 227 
McCORMICK Andrew T. 221 
McCOY Priaeilla I n 
McCRAY Parjruire 140 
McCRELES Eleanor 255 2 

Hannah 255 

James 258 

Jane 255 

John 255 

John P 250 

Mary 255 

H-I..-.-CH 255 

Robert 258 

Sarah 255 

William 255 258 

Mcculloch James 2 

Lucy 258 

Otis 258 

Sally 258 

Sarah 258 

Sophia 258 

T emp erance 258 
McCURDY MacCurdy McCur- 
da MacKirdy 

Abiel 160 

Ann xxxvi 

Calvin 168 

Charles Johnson xxxvi 

Evelyn xxix xxxvi 

Isaac 188 

James 188 

John lof> xxxvi 

John E. 181 

Luther 100 [S| 

Mary 1G6 

Ophelia 181 

Pamela 184 

Patrick xxxvi 

Richard xxxvi 

Rosanna 100 

Sarah Ann xxxvi 

William 188 
McDANIEL Allen 27s 

Archibald 224 

Catherine 200 

Cephas 222 

Eleanor Jeannette 230 

Elisabeth 228 271 

Janephen 139 

Lenny 231 

Martin N. 284 

Marv 22 J 

Sarah 152 282 

William Us 
McDONALD McDonnald Mr- 
Donnold 

Alexander 104 

Angus xxxv 

Duncan 104 

James 104 

James 9 104 
McDONOUGH Morria James 

151 
McDOUGALL McDougal 

Alexander 143 

Daniel - 

Eliiabeth 256 



McDOUOALL ooi 

L Ann 225 
Blii 

« illiam 1 19 
McELDKRKY M -Eldery 
Horatio C 271 

l'ntrick 1 

McEVER Charlea I 
McEWAN JUrry 131 
Mc(;EE Ann 258 

Anna . 

Anti* . 

Antii B 1 

Calvm . 

Chestei 256 

*a256 
Davi.l 256 
Jane R 256 
Jean 2 
Jenny 256 
Jonai 2 
Jonathan 2 

Joseph H . 

Joseph W 

Levi 2 

Luther . 

Martha 256 

Mary 2 

Had I 

Robert 250 

Sarah ! 

Thomas 256 

Thomas R i 

W.lhnm Holt. 
McGILL Ma : Magill 

\nn 150 

sard Hirks lxn 

Klcanor 1 I 

Elisabeth 136 

Hcl.-n Ixii 

John 147 

M irv Qordeo 268 

Robert 150 
McGOWAN Isabella 131 

Mar K aret Hell 131 
McGUIRE Edmund J 
MACKALL George G. I 

John 1 t ' 

Mirgarct J 209 

Mary 151 

Rebec c i 191 

Rebecca Coving ton 203 
McKAY Mackay 

Alexander 13G 

Harbara 1 I 

Catherine S. 204 

Hush 151 
McKEISZY John 218 
McKENZIE Maokeeoay Mr- 
Keneey McSency 

Dclxirah 144 

James 140 

John Ml 

bariah 150 
McKINLEY William Ixi 
McKINNEY Alexander 41 
M i. Kir !\ let McCurdy 
MACKNESS Samuel I 
McKVICKER Thorn 
McLAUGHAN Pnsedl* 
McLISH Marcaret 111 
McMII.LEN John 10< 104 
McMULLEN I 
McNANTZ Charles 226 
McNEIL McNeaJ 

John 14 

Potty 14 

w 

William 196 
McNEW Mscnew 



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McNEW oont'd 

Mury 130 

Thomas 229 
MACOMUKK Benjamin 207 

Sarah ~".»7 
Mcl'AKLIN Willi, mi 271 
McI'HKRSON Henrietta 271 
McPHUSAN Richard W 276 
McROBERT William Smith 

xix 
McSeney nrr McKcnsic 
McSHERY Hush 151 
McVEY U.-rijurniti 208 
McWILLIAM James 131 

Margaret 131 
MADDOCKS Maddox 

Frances 223 

Nathan 141 

Notlcy 228 

Sarah Ann 228 
Ma^ill srr Mc.Gill 
MAGINNES Elizabeth 140 
MAGRUDER Alexander 161 

Alexander Wilnon 140 

Anna 152 

Barbara 140 

Caleb Clarke 100 

Gaaaandra 140 

Clarissa Harlowe 802 

Dennia 137 201 272 270 

Edward 142 227 2G8 

Eleanor 138 

Elizabeth 148 

Elisabeth Ann 231 

Elizabeth Hawkins 153 

Emma C. 270 

Enoch 140 

Francis 147 

Harriet 140 223 

Harsell 229 

Henrietta 228 

Isaac 220 

James 149 

James A. 218 

James Trucman 231 

Jano 149 

Jane B. 275 

Jane Contee 227 

John Bowie 152 

John Read 218 200 275 

Kitty 224 

Margaret S. 204 

Martha 205 

Mary 149 218 

Marv Bowie 149 

Nathan 151 

Nathaniel 100 

Polly B. 200 

Priscilla 148 

Rebecca 150 

Rebecca D. 277 

Samuel 153 230 

Sarah 145 149 

Sarah Ann 139 

Thomas 220 231 

William 220 
MAHERNEY Edelburgodis 148 
Mahew sre Mavhew 
MAHONEY Mahony 

Edward 147 

John 145 
MAINE Main 

Agnes 131 

Anna 213 

Ezckiel B. 213 

James 131 

Stephen 213 

Van Rensselaer 213 

William 131 
MAINWARING John 150 
MAITLAND James 838 
MALONE Mallon 

Catherine 135 

Sophia 131 
MALONEY Ann 219 



MANCH1 ilk Ahicail 288 
Alio 1. 1 

rnfort 2h 
Klitaheth 

Hannah 281 . 

Jollll . 

Jo na than I lill* rt llu.ll.»rk 

888 
Marv 281 . 
Nabb) tt Abigail 

I'h.-I... . 

Stephen 24 

Tin 
MANDERS Basil I 
MANGER M.me* 2 
MANGUM Mangun 

Eleanor 1 M 

Henry 222 

James 263 

Jolni I »', 

JoHia.M O. 830 

l..vi 883 
Margaret 273 

Mary 151 
Rachel 205 
Sarah 270 
Zachariah 27;< 
MANLEY EUaabeth 140 
John 147 

Tliolni.- 1 1 .". 

William ISO 
MANN Cbarlei Edward 7S 100 

vi 

James 190 

Janot 228 
MANNING Annis 254 

Ephraim 854 

Ignatius 209 

John 254 

William W 220 
MANSON Emma 190 

Eetelle 191 

Martha O. 100 191 195 

Robert 190 191 195 
MARAN Rebecca I I 
MARBLE Marblee 

Fred Elmer 154 

Jerome lx 

Joseph Rtissel xix 

Lena Olire lx 

Samuel 70 72 

Susan lx 
MARBURY Carolina 21 

Henrietta Beans 232 

Jane Contee 279 

John 272 

William 237 
Marrevs set Marcves 
MARCH Clement 07 

George 7 ; 
MARCY Edwin 110 

I.vdia Ann 110 

Marv A. 116 
MARCYES Mareevs 

Hannah 883 884 

Lambert 284 
MARDEN John 199 
MARICA William 136 
MARLOW Marlowe Mar! 

Abraham 137 

Amelia 137 138 

Ann Middleton 231 

Butler D. 83] 

But tier 142 

Edward 203 

Eliza 272 

John 153 

John 9 2 

Maria C I 

Martha 271 

Samuel 271 

Sarah 137 

Thomas D. 14S 

William 147 230 
MARR Joshua 136 



MARSH Ml 
Marv Ann 104 
8*ritr. I 
MAKSHAI.I M.r.l.il 
i 1 1 i 
iiamin : 
Bridget 31 

i-.lizal.rth Kundall 

IS 
Jioiu . 
Martha 31 
Mary | I 

Nahum t 

Kirhar.l 1 

Samuel 205 

Sarah 231 

HIIBB 31 r . 

MAKSHMAN James 138 

M ARSTON Alice Krnma ixxviii 

David 71 

Igar 1 • *ia 318 

Elijah 199 200 

I r i- cs Ann 2i 
MARTIN M irtyn 

— Mr peeua J'<- Carpenter 
Carroll 

Abigail • xxxix 

Anna - 

Aiubah I 

Catherine \\\ 

iaha H 41 

I .:. ■ . 
Henry Iv 
John 86 1 
Joshua 254 
Lvdia M. 41 
Nlary Ann Iv 
Mildred 1 
Prudence 254 
Riehard 138 

irah L. 4 I 
;th 277 

Wilham 142 

Zephaniah . 
MARVEL M irvil 

Hannah 

John 09 70 

Sam 71 
muel 7o 
MARVIN C itchic7Svii 

MASON — Mr 199 

Benjamin 7t) 74 

Chloe LSI 

Daniel 07 

Edward 05 70 71 73 

Gilman 189 

Joseph 18 

Mary B 291 

Man T - 

Mchjtable 17 18 
Moray Jans 286 
Nicholas 65 

N II 
It* 283 

Sarah 140 144 

Thomas 148 

Timothv 286 290 

Virlinda 138 

Ward 07 69 

William 2TJ 
MASTERS Dorcas 136 

Eiekicl 150 231 

John 130 

Marv 217 

Nathan 218 

William F 
MATHER Atherton 116 

Jane M. 16 

Marv 110 

William Gwin 318 
MATHES Dorothy 192 



Index of Persons 



CV 



MATIIES eont'd 

Martha 74 
Molly 70 
BuMfl B. 19.1 

Valentine 201 

Miitlicwu it* Matthew 
MATHEWSON Edward P 
hun (Mm.) 106 

Henry Stmt li 105 

Maritin ( Chandler 106 
Matinjdy itt Mattingly 
Mattcnley \t* Mattinf 
Matteson \i-r Mattinon 

MATTHEW Mathewi Matt* 

Mffl 

Albert 83 
Ann 994 

Anne 954 
Bliaabetfa 254 

Eunice B. 179 
Francis Joeeph 179 
Francis Ween 179 

James 2. r >4 

John Cillette 319 

John R. 213 

M:iry 254 

Miriam Jane 179 

Molly 70 

Nathan V vi 

Robert 200 

Will. am 1) 213 
MATTINGLY Matingly Mat- 
tcnlev 

Eleanor Rutha 267 

Joseph 14. r > 

Martha 202 
MATTISON Matteaon 

David Maydole 82 

Ebcnczcr 219 

Henry 30-1 

James A. 213 

Joanna J. 213 

Patience 213 

Koxana 219 

Thankful 304 
MATTOON Abel 104 
MAULEY Elizabeth 144 
Maulton see Moulton 
MAURICE Theodore William 

275 
MAXWELL Lvciia 120 
MAXWELL-BOYD David 131 

Margaret 131 
MAY Dorothy 116 

Elearer 1 16 

Thomas 271 
MAYHEW M.ihew 

Adelaide A.. 178 

Adelaides. 178 

Alice 135 

Ann 218 

Arietta 178 

Brian 137 

Charles B. 17S 

Ebenerer 178 

E d ward D. 178 

Eleanor S. 144 

Elizabeth 277 

Frances 137 

Henry 226 

James 149 

John 220 

Jonathan 144 

Letitia 231 

Lucy 178 

Mary 135 147 

Mary Ann 275 

Nathaniel B. 178 

Susannah 223 

Thomas 140 

Timothv 148 

Vcrlinda 209 

William 21S 220 
MAYNARD Amelia 255 

Chrystin 255 



MAYNARD OOOt'd 
ElUabeth 151 254 . 

II. ii 
Jane - 

I u 

Nancy 2.04 
Polly j:i 
Rhod i 

Sarah . 

Sophia Elite 255 

Thn.l.h 

w illiam 2 

William St.-wart 255 
MAYO Mayofi 

Ann l.'.l 

[aaae 284 
John 274 
Maty 283 
Bally :'vj 290 
MEACHAM Anna C. 41 
Anna E. 4 1 
( ' iroline M. 41 

( 'harl.H 41 

Elijah 4 1 
Emily Clark 41 
Enoch 4 1 
Enoch 0. 41 
Enos 41 
Buniec 4 1 
Jeeee 41 

I I .i 41 
Lusalla 4 1 
I'-.'i'v 41 
Rachel 41 

Sarah J. 41 

Wilber I. 4 1 

William G. 41 

MEAD Theodora 270 

William 221 
MEADER Meder 
Abigail 44 
Elijah 46 
Elisabeth 46 
Hanson 49 
Joseph 44 50 51 
Joshua 1 1 

Mary 51 
Mehttable 50 51 

Mercy 50 
Nathaniel 46 
Peace 46 
Phebe 44 50 
Phebe H. 49 

Sarah 19 

Stephen 49 

Susan L. 49 

Tobias 49 

Valentine 49 50 
MEARA Alice Svkes xix 
MEDCALF — Mrs 74 
Meder j« Meadet 
MEDLEY Mary 299 
MEEK Meekee Mecke 

Mary Ann L'77 

Buaan 27 i 

Western 227 

William 2 
MELI.EN John 85 

Pamela S4 
MENNIS John 969 
MERCER Alexander 131 

Margaret 131 
MERRIAM John McKinstry 

viii 
MERRILL Merril Men-oil 

— Widow 70 

Aba) 19 

A*. i 72 

Barbara M 233 
Benjamin 65 68 
Betsey 233 
Charitv 67 
Daniel 10 
Eliphalet 68 
Enoch 



MBRRILL 

I 70 77 
Hannah 70 
Hephxibab 10 
Jn 1 

Jabei II 2 
Jaii.ru is 65 70 
Jerueha 18 

to 10 19 

J.*W|.|. 
J..- 

Keaiah 7 
Mabel 12 

Mill. urn 278 
Nathaniel 10 12 
P 74 

Philip 223 277 
Rachel '.» 

Susannah 10 

Thankful 12 
MBRRJTT M err it 

I).u«la« 81 

I litabeth . 

Susannah 275 
Merroll it* Merrill 
MBSBRVBY Alden 171 

Alzira $et Ell 

roUne 171 : 

1 'imaria 185 
Elsie 171 175 
Eliira 184 

. I v 17 .". 

Henry H. 178 

Jane 171 

Jane V. 185 

John 171 

Jonathan S. 175 
rv 185 

Miles 171 185 
■icy 171 17* 

Nathaniel 171 I7. r . 
bel 17:. 

K. beoca 178 184 

Ruth 171 
dly 171 
i.uel 171 

Thomas 17*> 

William 171 
MESSENGER Mary 227 

Mary Ann 195 
MEXO'N Ann 147 
Mej i r tt M vers 
MIDDLETON Ann 142 

Chloc Ann 274 

D ivid . 

Henry 269 

Sarah 979 

Theodore 151 
MIER Elizabeth 1.17 
MILES Eleanor 

Frederick 141 144 

Henrv 143 

John 139 

Mary 147 149 . 

Molly 73 

Priacilla 136 
ih 219 
Milican tee Milliken 
Miliken see Milliken 
MILLER Millard 

— Widow 69 

Ann 22S 

Anna 955 

Catherine 275 

Christiana 131 

David 255 

David P. 255 

Deborah 308 

Ebcnczer 255 
\nn 201 

Georce Norton 317 

Gideon 104 

Hannah II. 193 



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Index of Persons 



MILLER eont'd 
Besekiah . 

Ida LouJM I >rr \ i 
Jane I 

Jam- Briar I'll 
Joan 2 

Jeremiah 131 132 
John 227 255 
J ul ut 7 
Margaret ! 
Murtli.i 2 
Mary 200 . 
Michael M 255 

MllllTVH 'J'l'l 

Nancy - 
Peep* 255 

Philip 27;j 

Richard 131 132 

Richard Ksselstyn 132 

Robert 255 

Roswcll 245 

Ruth 191 

Sally 255 

Temperance 190 

Thomas 7 S 

Tobias H. 200 

Tobias Ham 1 

Washington 255 

William 139 187 20*1 202 255 
MILLETT Millet 

Abigail 312 

Stephen C. 318 
MILLIKEN Milican Mil. ken 
Mil li can 

Abigail 280 

Mary 233 

Phebe 282 

Sally 284 

Samuel 284 

Simeon 282 

Susannah 282 2S3 291 
MILLINGTON David 104 
MILLS Catherine 9 255 

Elisabeth 9 

Gideon 9 

Heater 219 

John 141 255 

Margaret 255 

Peter 9 

Rebecca 9 

Samuel 9 

Sarah 9 

William 255 

Zachariah 149 2f.r. 
MILNER-GIBSON-CULLUM 

( ieorge ( !erv xix 
MILTIMORE — Mr. 70 

Caleb Wijx^in 70 
MIMMY Abraham 311 

Ann 311 

Jane 311 

John 311 

Mary 311 

Phebe 311 
MINER Hannah 255 

Nancv 255 

O. 255 

Samuel II. 255 

William Harvey 230 
MINIS Elisabeth 205 
MINOT Joseph Grafton vi 
MITCHELL Mitchel 

Agnes L32 

Alexander 27."> 

Alexander I'ergurson - 

Alexius 219 

Amelia 142 

Ann 14S 

Edward 207 268 273 

Eleanor 223 284 206 

Elixa 277 

Elizabeth 145 

Frances 144 

Francis 147 

Francis Ignatius 204 



MITCHELL cont'd 
Hannah 238 
Henrietta 271 
Hutch 132 
Jan,. - 274 
John 140 149 I 
Joseph 207 
Judith . 
I.ucy Ann 184 

Margaret 276 

Mary 148 1 19 2 17. 
Maiuiy Ann 22 
Middleton 163 

Mnr.li. -a Mile* 138] 

Polly 267 

I'ni. ilia 223 

Rach.l 

Rectoi . 

Rhoda 

Rhoda Jr.. n, an 289 

Samuel 218 270 

ii ah 183 270 271 275 

Sophia Pi-ti r« 132 

Spencer 231 207 

Suaan 278 

innah 1 12 

Thcadora 135 

Thomas 136 140 in 
278 

Thomas Lee 153 

William 154 

Zephaniah 265 272 
MOBBERLY Blisaboth 222 

H-zekiah 221 

Mary 154 
MOBLEY Ann 277 

Beney 2G8 

James 266 

Jonathan 217 
MOCKBEE Alexander 203 20T, 

Ann 138 

Basil 1 - 

Brock 149 

Darkey 152 

Eleanor 144 

Hickcrson 277 

John 1 t 

Linna 220 

Mary S 

Matilda 208 

Philip 264 

Rachel 136 

Robeo 

Sarah 228 - 2 

Virlinda 217 

William 138 139 
MOCKEBOY Nelly 27 
MOLAN James 139 
MOLLESON William 140 
MONROE Munro Muni 

— Mr. li 

Alexander . 

Elizabeth 267 

He/.ekiah 278 
MONTCHENSY Walter . 9 
MONTGOMERY Catherine 
139 

Margaret 95 

Margaret Ann 277 
eeca xxxiv 
Mooar fes Moore 
MOODY Abigail 102 

Albert 1S5 

Caroline 185 

r.lizabcth 101 1S1 

Nancv 

Sallv 90 
MOON Moo-s 



Eleanor 299 

Francis 137 

John 104 

Lydia 301 

Mary 301 

Robert . 



MOORE Mooar Moor 
68 

— Capt • 

— Mr- 

— Widow 08 
Agnea 213 
Ann 210 
Benjamin 09 72 
Hi 

Catherine i 
Christiana 

Cor 

Deborah 213 

Ellis 2i* 

Elisabeth 145 250 

George 

George D. 220 

Harvey 64 

Horatio 230 

ladook MM Zadok 

Jamea 220 . 

John 70 132 143 213 288 

John Bartlett 213 

John C. 204 

Joseph 

Joaiah 135 

Letty 2 

Levi 213 228 

Lor in 250 

Lucy 229 

M. T. 213 

Martha 213 

Mary 70 219 270 286 

Mitte 7.1 

M.-rdicai 201 

73 

Polly Ms Mary 

Priectua 141 

228 231 

Sophronia 77 

Susannah . 

Thomas 07 68 70 72 
uls 213 

Washington 256 

William 20 07 104 128 222 

Zadok 137 142 
MORAN Jesse 273 

Mary 195 

Sarah 228 
MORANT Philip 28 
More ore 

MOREDICK John 104 
MOREHOUSE Morehoun 

David 104 
MORELAND Ann 270 

Elias 22 

Hetty 273 

Marv Ann 271 

Matilda 27 J 

Philip 14<> 

Rachel . 

Samii. 

Sarah 277 

Theresa 208 

Thomas R 225 
MORGAN Cate 12 

Charles 12 

Charles Lincoln xx 

George 12 

Horsce 

Jsbex ! 

John 137 

John Pierpont 310 

Lydia 12 

NIabel 12 

Phalla 12 

Robert 138 

Samuel 257 

Samuel Tate 318 

Theda 

Trvphenia 257 

William 12 
MORIARTY George Andrews 

291 v vii xi xvi i vu in 
Morison see Morrison 



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evil 



MORLEY John 28 
MORPHEW Morphewe 

20 21 

MORRILL Morrcl Morrell 

Aaron 127 

Abigail 125 

Abraham 125 

Comfort 44 40 

David 44 48 

Klieabeth 40 48 

Ephraim 47 

Either 48 

Haiinah It 48 

Jcdediah 48 

Joaiah 12. r > 

Lucia Junct lvii 

Mary 47 

Mchitable 45 

Mercy 44 

Niihum 48 

Peace 40 

Peter 44 

Rebecca 45 

Sarah 44 48 

Soviah 47 

Susan L. 45 

Susannnh 45 40 

Winthrop 45 40 
MORRIS Morrisa 

Abby E. 39 

Ann 150 

Benjamin 143 

David 257 

Janet 257 

John 220 

Mary Dent 149 

Mary Norman 151 

Seymour 100 

Thomas 257 

Thomas W. 278 
MORRISON Morison 

Abigail 280 

Ann 257 

Anna 257 

David 257 

Elizabeth 257 

Hugh 257 

John 257 

Jonathan 257 

Joseph 257 

Lucinda 257 

Lucy 257 

Malcum 132 

Martha 257 

Mary Kent 132 

Rebecca 257 

Ruth 09 

Samuel 257 

Solomon 257 

Zerviah 257 
Morriss see Morris 
MORROW John 132 
MORSE Charlotte Elitt xli 

Francene E. xli 

Hester 181 

Susan Read lviii 

Wilson xli 
MORSELL Benjamin Kcd 271 

Caroline 275 

John 200 272 

Kidd 230 

Richard J. 271 
MORTON Susannah 271 
MOSELEY Mosley 

Charles William vi 

Joseph 213 

Katharine ixxii 

Stacev 221 
MOSES Mary 192 
Mosley see Moseley 
MOULTHROP Matthew 241 
MOULTON Maulton 

Melissa 195 

Warren Joseph (Mrs.) 319 

Wilhelmina M. 141 



MOWRY Sally 170 
MOXI.EY Joshua 268 
MUDI) Ann 141 

Benjamin N. 209 

Elisabeth 151 -'-'1 203 

Harriet 877 

Hesekiah 137 

Joseph MS 
Mary 163 

y Ann 274 
Mary Tabitha 152 

Michael 274 
Sarah 287 

MULLENS Mullan MuIIyns 
Priacilla xxxiv 

Richard 83 

Thomas 204 
MULLIKEN Mullekin Muili- 
can Mullikin 

Ann 205 

Barak 278 

Benjamin 229 

Kleanor 275 

Francis 271 

H.nrictta 203 

Henrietta B. 87 J 

James 140 220 207 

John B. 887 

Joseph 222 

Lucy 1 19 

Martha 204 

Martha Hall 223 

Miry 225 232 207 

Richard 140 

Sarah Ann 270 

Thomas 224 

Walter 225 

William 139 
Mullyns see Mullens 
MUM Henry V. 152 
MUNDELL Alexander 279 

Susannah 275 

Thomas 218 
MUNE Christiana 132 

John 132 

Nancy 132 
MUNNlNG Elirabeth 239 

Henry 239 

Humphrey 239 

Thomas 239 
Munro see Monroe 
Munroe see Monroe 
MUNSEL Solomon 104 
MUNSEY Frank Andrew 318 
MURAN James 138 
MURDOCK Addison 232 

James 132 

John 104 

Mariamne Craik 205 

Rebecca 218 
MURPHY Murphey 

Agnes 102 103 

Catherine 102 

Chariot to 285 

David 98 

Eliza 98 

Klixabeth 102 207 

Elmira 98 

Gardiner 98 

John 102 103 

Joseph (Mrs.) see Charlotte 

Keziah 315 

Maria 102 

Mary 102 

Mellen 98 

Patrick 315 

Sarah 103 

Statira 98 

Sukey 98 

Thomas 315 
MURRAY Murry 

— Mr. 71 

Betsev 71 

Harriet S. 194 

John 151 



MURRAY ront \| 
Margaret | 

Ury '<j 

MYKRS 
James 1 '.~ 
John 1! 317 

Mary I 

MY<;att Dorothy 13 

Mary fl 

N >r wood Ms ' • - '>od 
NASH Christoi 

fJlltwrt 104 

NASON Abigail 125 
NAYLOR Ann 143 144 149 

Haaton 130 

Benjamin 140 218 22.1 202 

Klixabeth 209 

< i'-orge 140 228 

Isaac Jones 228 

James 222 227 

Joshua 139 225 

Judson 209 

Margaret 138 

Martha 143 

Mary 223 

Nicholas 143 
-mnah 217 

Thorn . 
NEALE Neal Neilo Ncill Niel 

Abigail 00 

Irew J. 204 

Betsey 44 

Clannda 191 

Comfort 44 
in ir 2 10 

.■.'ill 44 

Elisabeth 44 120 127 
lor 2G8 

KrM 189 

H-nrietta 220 

James 44 

Jeremiah EL 198 

Jerry 73 

Lucy 192 194 

Lydia 44 
.ry 194 

Samuel 07 204 

Sarah Ann 194 

Susannah 27. 1 

Theadora 135 

Thomas 137 

wmiam 194 22 t 
NEFF VoraMl 
Neils MS Neale 
Neill ^tt Neale 
NELSON U 

Albert R. 257 

Ann 93 

Austin M 

Elisabeth 142 

Myroa E. 257 

Obed 867 

Orpheus T 257 
NESMITH Eleaser 221 
NETTERVILLE Mary Ann 8 
Novett ue NVvitt 
NEVILL Thomas 20 
NEVINS Novin 

Christian 7 

John 7 144 
NEVITT Nerett 

Ann 143 153 

Charles 138 

James 134 

Lavina . 

Mary 831 

Richard 148 

Thomas 22 I 

William 230 

William Miles 130 
Newall see Newell 
NEWBERT Philip 185 
NEWBOLD Arthur Eralen 235 



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Index of Per$OM 



NEWBURN JmncR 152 
NKWBUKY Thomas 104 
NEWCASTLE Louis* 213 
Petal 213 

NEWCOME William 130 
NEWELL NCwall 
Cynthia 1 Hi 
Daniel 110 
Lucy 116 
Rebecca If7 
Samuel 267 
William 1 16 
NEWHOUSE William 146 
NEWMAN Catherine 225 
Dorinda G. 286 
Kliaa Ann 286 
Enoch S. 286 
Horn tin 268 

James 274 

John 268 

Jonathan 285 290 
Mary 228 

Sarah 285 
NEWTON Abnar 257 
Duano H. 213 

Eleanor 225 

Elmira 2D 

Fannie C. 213 

Hannah P. 193 

Isaac 213 

John 140 

John C. 193 206 

Margaret 265 

Mary A. 213 

Peggy 140 

Rachel 218 

Samuel 104 

Sarah 257 26 1 

Shadrach 104 

Susannah 257 
Nicholdson see Nicholson 
NICHOLS Nicholls Nicolls 

299 

Abigail 299 

Dorcas 47 49 

Edward 139 

Elisabeth 49 

Hannah 47 

John 152 262 

Joseph 303 

Josephine Genung 241 

Leon Nelson 160 

Mary 303 

Rebecca 47 

Samuel 47 49 

Sarah O. 98 

Stephen 47 

Susannah 230 

William 135 
NICHOLSON Nicholdson 

Frances 149 

Jeremiah 226 
Nicolls see Nichols 
Niel see Neale 
NILES Nilis 

Benjamin 233 

Caleb 104 

Daniel 234 

James 233 

Mercy 233 

Rebecca 234 

Sarah 108 

Silas 108 

William 104 
NTMOCKS Calista 15 
NINIAN Nancy 146 
NOBLE Charlotte 14 

Hannah 281 

John 312 

Joseph 312 

Joseph T. 229 

Lvdia 312 

Margaret 312 

Pamela 283 

Phebe 2S3 



NOBLE cont'd 
Priseills L'82 
Reuben i'-»i 

Itirhard 221 
Sally 281 

Rtepben 312 

Susannah . 
Thomas 3 1 -' 

N'oilc \re KnOI 

Nokes tet Kooi 

NOLANI) Mary 228 

Thome i 221 
NORMAN N 

Caleb 162 

i rancea Kanstep 14 \ 
NORRIS Andrew 227 

Benjamin 72 73 75 

( 'harles Sewall xx 
Ethel xvu 

Jeremiah 66 68 
Joseph 64 65 68 69 70 
NORTH — Mi« nxv. 

David 7 

Dexter 169 

John 158 

Bally 7 
NORTHEY Northy Nothey 
Nothie Nothy 

Ann 143 151 2 

Jane 271 

Mary 137 286 

Nathaniel 228 
NORTHRUP Alexander II 1 16 
Miry 116 

Mary E. 116 
North v srr Northey 
NORTON Caaaandia 150 

Huldah 15 

John 104 

Joseph 104 

Nathan 71 

Nathaniel 104 

Robert . 

Ruth 6 

Sarah 135 
NORWOOD Narwood 

Alice 287 

Diana 284 291 

Elizabeth 239 

Margaret 143 

Ruth 281 290 

Stephen 282 
Nothey see Northey 
Nothie see Northey 
Nothy see Northev 
NOTLEY Elizabeth 287 
NOURSE Benjamin 116 
NOWELL James 22 

Sarah 218 
NOXEN John 104 
NOYES Aaron 168 

Abial 168 

Abiel 96 167 

Abram 169 

Ann 169 

Belinda 168 

Benjamin 96 169 

Betsey 168 

Chandler 97 

Cyrus 169 

Daniel 97 

Eli 97 

Kliza 168 

Ephraim 188 

Eunice 169 

Fannv 97 

Hannah 97 187 

ileaekiah 97 

Hiram 168 

Isaiah 97 

John 168 

Jonathan 169 

Joseph 96 

T-otitia H. 287 

Lois 96 169 



td 

Lvdia 'J7 
Margaret I 

Margery ) 
Martha 07 
Mary I 
Milton 
Moeai 

167 160 180 
Nathaniel 160 
Paul |{ 
Phebe « iriffin xnvi 

rah 97 I 

Suaannah 
NUTT Abigail 1 Ivi 

Ada Sophia Ivn 

Arthur ivn 

Charles xxviu lvi Ivn 

Charles Stanley Ivn 

I >'.rothy May Ivn 

Harold Ivu 

Isabel Ella : 

Lucia Janet Ivii 

Ruth Ivii 

William lvi 

NUTTER 206 

& F. A. 182 

Abigail 191 196 2(J0 201 

Adah::.- I*. 198 

Antoinette 190 199 204 

Arianda 1' 

B- Lscy 192 

Charles 199 202 I 

trice Amoe 1 • I 
Charles Edward 190 
Charles W l>i i 
Charlotte E. 1 
Christopher 187 
Clarinda L. 194 
i feborah 197 
Eliza 194 
Elixa Ann 193 

m D 2 
Elixabeth 194 J05 

Elizabeth Ann 193 
Emily 195 
Hannah 194 
Ida A. 190 
James 192 198 
James W. 193 
Joseph 198 205 
Jov [97 

Joseph Simes 200 
Joshua . 
Joshua M. 1S9 193 202 203 

Juliette 204 
Lavinia 193 
Lucv Ann 192 
Lvdia B. 193 
Mark 191 184 Ml I 
Martha Ann 188 
Mary Ann 193 
Mary R. 193 

Melissa 
Phebe P 2i>:. 
Phebe Simes 202 
Philbs 197 
Samuel 11. 198 
Samuel II M 
Sarah 189 193 203 
Sarah J. 193 
Sarah O. 104 
Simes 108 
William 192 285 
William Henrv 194 195 203 
Winthrop H. F. 194 
NUTWELL Catherine 144 
K'.ias 140 
Martha 139 

O'BRIEN John J. 318 
ODDE Eliza A 192 
Maria A. 199 



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cix 



ODELL Odd 
— Dr. 204 
Qeorg* 30*1 

James 74 7. r < 
Mary 05 

'j iniiMii.i r». r > 

ODEN Benjamin 152 
Catherine 273 

Eleanor I. r >4 

Ellen 270 

Hannah Sophia 207 
Maria Went 2(17 
Martha 145 
Michael 221 

Sarah Rings 138 

Sophia Margaret 278 

Susannah 148 
( kliormi *te Ordiorne 
OGDEN Ogdon 

Catherine 149 

John 142 

Robert 136 
OGLE Elizabeth 278 
OHIO John 147 
OKILL — Mrs. xxxvi 
OLBEE John 147 
OLIVER Olliva 

Charlotte 50 

Cornelius 144 

Elisabeth 201 

Frances F 272 

Gamaliel W 60 

Levin 278 

Martha 130 

Mary 202 

Khoda 151 

Sarah 50 

William B. 50 

Willv 277 
O'MARA Philip 224 
O'NEIL O'Neal Oneal Oneale 
O'Neall Oneall Oneel 

Bernard 141 

Elizabeth 208 

John 265 

Nathaniel 150 

Theodore 273 

Thomas 208 

William 209 
OOTHOUT Abraham 130 

Margaret 129 
ORBERRY Sarah 194 

Stephen C. 194 
ORDIORNE Odiorme 

Augustus 189 

Augustus W. 193 

Joseph 189 

Lizzie 195 

Mary R. 193 
O'REILLY Mary Boyle xvii 

Vincent J. 242 
ORFF John 185 

Margery 185 
ORME Ann 144 

George Navlor 209 

Moses 141219 

Sabina 138 
ORR Ann 198 

David 205 

Harriet 205 

Nathan B. 205 
OSBORN Osborne Osbourn 
Osburn 

Alvin 218 

Ann 279 

Anna 224 

Charles K. 272 

Daniel 47 

Dennis 145 228 

Eliza 272 

Elisabeth 201 271 

Elizabeth Hanson Iviii 

Esther 147 

Francis 136 

John 149 204 272 



OSBORN BOBt'd 

Joseph 

Joshua 

I.inny 1 1 1 

Mary 202 

Moaea 4 7 

Rebecca 47 

Ruth 47 

Sarah 227 271 278 

Ualev 147 
OSGOOD Bc-Ucy B. 280 

John S 116 
OTIS Mary 90 
OTWAY Eleanor i 
OUTWATER Mary A Ixi. 
OVERLOOK Gardiner 174 

Godfrey 174 

Lvdia 174 

Olive 174 

Sally 174 
OWEN Owens 

David 203 

I toborah lv 

Elizabeth 225 

Elizabeth S. If. 208 

George 143 

John 138 

Joseph 140 1 IS 

Thomas 217 
OWING Washington 231 
OXFORD Eliza Ann 193 

Rufua 193 
OYRMEERS William 2 

PACA Elizabeth 222 
PACKARD Alpheui Spring 
xxiiii 

Charles xxxii xxxiii 

Charlotte Mellcn xxxiii 

Edward Newman xxix xxxii 
xxxiii 

Hczekiah xxxiii 

Jacob xxxiii 

James 195 

Mary Elizabeth xxxiii 

Mary Frances 195 

Rebecca Prentiss xxxii 

Samuel xxxii 

Solomon xxxii 

Zacchcus xxxii 
PADDY John 208 

Robert 272 
PADGETT Padget 

Benedict 150 

Elizabeth 27.1 

James 272 

Joseph 146 262 

Josias 222 

Matilda 276 

Rebecca 144 

Sarah 147 273 

Theodore 263 

Thomas 277 
PADMAN Eliza 192 

Kliza Ann 200 

William 192 199 200 
PAGE Ann 151 

Comfort 49 

Daniel 48 49 135 

Elisabeth 49 

Enoch 48 

George 268 

Hannah 4S 

John 80 

Marv 153 223 

Phebe C. 47 

Ruth 48 

Samuel 47 

Sarah 48 

Virlinda 150 

Zeruiah 47 
PAINE Pais 

Abraham 1 16 

Joseph 1 10 

Julia 2S7 



PA1MI m sl'd 

Mary 1 1<, 

Ruth II'. 

San.'jel 1 16 

Sarah 116 

Seth 116 
PAIN IKK i !i»ha 11 

Elisabeth 1 1 

Hannah 11 

Shubael 1 1 
maa 1 1 
PALM EH Parmer 

Amy 199 

1 

229 

Harriet I. ] |», 

Jo* 

Julius 

Sylvester 298 

Vlrjril M 116 
PAPPOON Papoon 

Elizabeth 313 

Hannah 113 

Mary 308 313 

Philip 313 

Rh.-la 311 
PAHK Parke 

.jamin 160 

Joseph 10O 
PARKER Abigail 285 

Ann 285 289 291 

Elbridge 1 - 

El bride* Gerry 101 

Elisabeth 181 22] 

Goorge Sewell 290 

Hannah OcUvia 182 
nah R 101 

11- len Elisabeth 21 
• Henry 270 

Henry Mandeville 182 

John mi 

John Brooks 101 181 

John H. 287 290 

Letitia H. I 

I ii 291 

Lydia 101 

Lvdia A. 101 

M ary 1 1 2 

Mary Ann 182 

Mary L. 101 

iiv 

iWcivaln 183 

RoeeoeG 182 

Samuel 27 

291 

Sarah O. 194 

Silas 2- 

Susan P 888 889 

Susannah 289 

Thomas 145 

Walter Smith . 
PARKHURST Abigail S4 110 

D 8 110 

Darius 1 K> 
Edward 117 
Hannah L 117 
John 116 117 
John A. 117 
Julia E. 117 
Martha 117 
Mary 117 
Mary P. 117 
PhyrUla 117 

Simeon S 117 
Parkins ite Perkins 
PARKMAN Eliai 241 
PARMENTER Alpheus 

A Ivan . 

,\<<*hel . 

James Parker vii viii x xv 
Jason 257 
Lawaon 257 
Matilda 257 
Reuel 3 



v 



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Index of Persona 



PARMENTER cont'd 

Waty 257 
Parmer tt4 I'Klmcr 
PARROTT Parrett 

Christopher 139 

Daniel 117 

Elisabeth 140 

Lucinda 1 17 
PARSONS Parson 

Anna 257 

Barnabas 225 

Henry mv 

James 142 257 

James Coleman 257 

Joseph 224 

Mary Ann 257 
PARTRIDGE Abigail 91 

Abram 91 

Albert W. 91 

Edward Laaell 317 

Hiram 91 

Jane 91 

Jerome 91 

Joseph 91 185 

Lucinda 91 

Lydia 91 

Margery 91 176 

Mary 91 

Rachel 238 

William 238 
PASKO Etra 104 
PATTEN Patton 

Robert 41 

Sarah 194 

Sarah E. 41 
Patten van see Van Patten 
PATTERSON Patteson Patti- 
sou 

Adam 257 

Anna 258 

Petty 257 

Calvin S. 258 

Clarissa 258 

Fanny A. 258 

George 258 

George R. 258 

James 258 

Jane 258 

Jean 258 

Jenny 257 

Martha 258 

Naomi 257 

Peggy 258 

Sally 258 

Samuel D. 258 

Selenda 258 

Thomas 104 

Thomas Norton 104 

William 138 

William Davis viii 
PAUL Charles 195 

Mary 203 

Rosamond F. 195 
PAYNE Lucy 226 

Sarah 218 
PAYSON Cynthia 113 

Edward 117 

Elisabeth 117 

Hannah 117 

Jacob 117 

John 117 

John H. 113 

Sarah 117 

Silence 117 

Thankful 117 
PEABODY George Foster 317 
PEACH Adam 232 

Ebeneier 286 290 

John 261 

Joseph 226 264 

Luoy 135 267 

Mary 226 

Mary Ann 276 

Samuel 277 

Sarah 22S 2S4 201 



PEACOCK Georfl 207 

Hannah 2241 

William 1 

PEAKK .1 iph 27.J 

I', ir ■ •• tee 1 *!•• r •-•• 

PEARSON Pleraon 

Jane 14 
Jonathan 1'.! 
N.-lIa Jane 319 
PEASE Alfred W 41 
EUn 11 
Gamali.1 J72 
Mary 2 LI 

Phil* 41 

Theodore Calvin 161 
Walter 213 
PEASLEY Pcaaly 

' — _ VM 

Abigail 40 

Betsey 99 

Jedediah 46 

Jonathan 99 

Mary •»'. 99 

Myles99 

Nabby 95 

Sarah 89 191 

Susannah 9S 

Timothy 40 

Washington 99 
Peavey see Pevy 
PECK Abraham 258 

Arethusa 258 

Asahel 14 

Calvin 258 

David 260 

Harriet 258 

Jerreb 258 

Joanna 258 

John 223 258 

Louisa 258 

Ixjvila 258 

Mary 258 

Matdda 258 

Moses 258 

Nabby 14 

Samuel 25S 
PECKRELL Richard 138 
Poerce see Pierce 
PEET Katharine xxxii 

Olive Woolworth xxxii 

Stephen Denison xxix xxxii 
Pcirce see Pierce 
PELOUBET Francis N. xliv 

I^ouiso 161 
PEMBERTON Hannah 238 

Thomas 238 
PENDEXTER Alfred 192 

Pheb« 192 
PENHALLOW Charles Sher- 
burne 319 v xi 

Mary 239 

Phcbe 239 

Samuel 239 
PENLEY Almon L. 235 

Augusta S. 235 
PENN Edward 275^ 

Edward Lloyd 277 

Hanson 279 
PENNIFIELD Thomas 151 
PEN NIL Abraham 258 

Andrew 258 

Archibald 258 

F.leanor 258 

Esther 258 

Hannah 258 

Isaac 258 

James 258 

John 258 

Mary 258 

Moses 258 

Rachel 258 

Robert 258 

Sarah 258 
PERHAM Adeline 180 

Betsey 96 



PKKHAM cont'd 
( Caroline i 
DoriiM 

I I >rc*M 96 

I : 

Jane 90 100 179 
Joanna 90 
John 90 179 180 
I . radar ISO 
Lydia 179 
Lydia Ann 180 
.\fary 90 
Koxana 180 
Sally 96 
Samuel 

.h Ann 179 
Stephen 179 
Thais 90 
PERKINS Parkins Pirkina 
Abigail 206 
Alice B. 1X7 188 
Alice L. 187 
Almon Ernest 81 
Benjamin 187 188 

nthia Evelyn 188 
Elisa M 258 
Elisabeth 135 224 
Fanny 177 
Frances M. 195 
George It. 258 
Ignatius 258 
James H. 258 
John 2S2 
Larissa 258 
Lydia 188 
Lydia L. 188 
Mary 181 . 
Mary S. 258 
Rachel 140 
Rebecca Ml 
Samuel 195 222 

r-ih 264 
Susan C. 258 
Buaannah 227 

William 1 

William B. 188 
PERLEY Sidney 160 
PERMILLION Suaannah 264 
Perrie im Perry 
PERRIN Abraham 117 

Margaret 1 17 

Molly 117 

Noah 1 17 
tuel 1 17 
PERRY Pen-ie 

Ann 277 

Charles Smith 263 
iward 134 

Bliaha . 

Elizabeth A. 273 

Erasmus 271 
er 137 

Francis 

Hugh 201 272 277 

lluldah 234 

Joan 20 29 

John 227 

John M. 194 

Joshua 1 17 

Levi 2 

Louisa Beebe xxxiv 

Marsden Jasicl 317 

Mary M4 

Rachel 136 

Richard A 271 276 
rah 151 3 

Sarah B. 194 

Thomas 234 263 

William 221 
PERT William 68 
PETERS John Samuel 137 

Samuel T. 316 
PETERSON Charlotte 259 

Cynthia 259 



\ 



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Index of Persons 



PARMENTER eoni'd 

Waty 257 
Parmer ite Palmer 
PARROTT Parrett 

Christopher l.'i'j 

Daniel 117 

Elisabeth 140 

I.iicmda 1 17 

PARSONS Parson 

Alum 2. r >7 

Barnabas 225 

Henry xxxv 

James 142 257 

James Coleman 257 

Joacph 224 

Mary Ann 257 
PARTRIDGE Abigail 91 

Atiriiiu 91 

Albert W. 91 

Edward Laaell 317 

Hiram 91 

Jane 91 

Jerome 91 

Joseph 91 185 

Lucinda 91 

Lydia 91 

Margery 91 170 

Mary 91 

Rachel 238 

William 238 
PASKO Esra KM 
PATTEN Patton 

Robert 41 

Bank 194 

Sarnh K. 41 
Patten van %rt Van Patton 
PATTERSON Patti-aon Patti- 

tea 

Adam 257 

Anna 258 

Betty 257 

Calvin S. 258 

Clarissa 258 

Fanny A. 258 

George 258 

George R. 258 

Jamea 258 

Jane 258 

Jean 258 

Jenny 257 

Martha 258 

Naomi 257 

Peggy 258 

Sally 258 

Samuel D. 258 

Selenda 258 

Thomas 104 

Thomaa Norton 104 

William 138 

William Davis viii 
PAUL Charles 195 

Mary 203 

Rosamond F. 195 
PAYNE Luey 228 

Sarah 218 
PAYSON Cynthia 113 

Fxlward 117 

Elisabeth 117 

Hannah 117 

Japob 117 

John 117 

John H. 113 

Sarah 117 

Silenpe 117 

Thankful 117 
PEABODY George Foster 317 
PEACH Adam 232 

Ebeneser 280 290 

John 261 

Joseph 220 204 

Lucy 135 207 

Mary 220 

Mary Ann 270 

Samuel 277 

Sarah 22S 2S4 291 



PEACOCK George 

Hannah 23 

William 1 
PEAKK J iph 273 

I'. W ' •■ ttt 1'n-rPfl 

PEARSON T... 

June 14 

Jonathan l'.l 

Nella Jane 
PEASE Alfred W. 41 

Bam 41 

Gamaliel 272 
M try 212 

Pbila n 

Theodore Calvin 101 
Walter 213 
PEASLKY 1'. inly 
191 

Abigail M 

Hetsey 99 
Jodediah 40 
Jonathan 99 

Mary 

M vies 99 

Nabby 95 

Sarah 89 191 

Susannah M 

Timothy 40 

Washington 99 
Peavey see Pew 
PECK Abraham 258 

Arethusa 258 

Asahcl 11 

Calvin 258 

David . 

Harriet 258 

Jerreb 258 

Joanna 258 

John 223 258 

Louisa 258 

Ixnila 258 

Mary 258 

Matilda 258 

Moses 258 

Nabby 14 

Samuel 258 
PECKRELL Richard 138 
Peeree see Pierre 
PEET Katharine xxxii 

Olive Woolworth xxxii 

Stephen Denison xxix xxxii 
Peirre Mi Pien-e 
PELOUBET Francis N. xliv 

Ivoui^e 101 
PEMBERTON Hnnnnh 238 

Thomas 238 
PENDEXTER Alfred 192 

Pbebe 192 
PENHALLOW Charles Sher- 
burne 319 v xi 

Mary 239 

Phcbe 239 

B untiel 239 
PENLEY Almon L. 235 

Augusta S. 235 
PENN Edward 275 

Edward Lloyd 277 

Hanson 279 
PENN1FIELD Thomas 151 
PEN NIL Abraham 258 

Andrei* 258 

Archibald 258 

Eleanor 258 

Esther 258 

Hannah 258 

Isaac 258 

James 258 

John 258 

Mary 258 

Moses 258 

Rachel 258 

Robert 258 

Sarah 258 
PERHAM Adeline ISO 

Betsey 90 



'HAM id 

Caroline i 
DeriiM 

I > rruM 

I : 

Jane 90 100 179 
Joanna 90 
J..hr. M 179 180 
I • ander 180 

Ua 179 

lia Ann 180 

Mary 90 
Roxana 180 

Sally 98 

Samuel 90 

•»h Ann 179 
sn 179 

Thais 90 
PERKINS I'arkins Pirkina 

Abigail 

Alice B. 197 188 

Alice L. 187 

Almon Ernest 81 
ijamin 187 188 
mtbia Evelyn 188 

Eliia M. 2 

Elisabeth 135 224 

Fanny 177 

Frances M 1 95 

George R 258 

Ignatius 258 

James 11. 258 

John 2 

Lariasa 258 

Lydia 188 

Lydia L 188 

Mary 181 229 

Mary S. 258 

Rachel 140 

Rebecca • 

Samuel 195 222 

Sarah 264 

Susan C. 258 
•vnnnah 227 

William 134 188 

Will, H rn \\. 1S.S 
PERLEY Sidney 100 
PERMILLION Susannah 204 
Panic re* Perry 
PERRIN Abraham 117 

Margaret 1 17 

Molly 117 

Noah 1 17 
Uel 1 17 

PERRY IVrrie 
Ann 277 

Charles Smith 203 
iward 134 

zabeth A. 273 

nam us 27 
Esther 137 
Francis 223 
Hugh 281 272 277 
Huldah 2.14 
Joan 20 29 

.1 ■ :. . 

John M. 194 

Joshua 147 

Levi 2. 

Louisa Beohc xxxiv 

Marnden Jawicl 317 

rv 144 
Rachel 130 
Rjphar i A 271 270 
rah 151 226 

rah B. 1 

Thomaa 234 203 

W,Hiam 221 
PERT William OS 
PETERS John Samuel 137 

Samuel T. 310 
PETERSON Charlotte 259 

Cynthia 259 



V 



Index of Persons 



<x\ 



PETERSON cont'd 

Fanny . 
Harlow 290 
JoniiUuwi 2.V.) 

Lots 299 
Lorina 259 

Mary 2M 

Nelson 2r,<j 

Olive 200 

Khod* M. 259 

SylvHiiuN 259 
PETIN Margim-t 97 
PETTENGILL Pettingell 

193 

Angelina 235 

Daniel 235 

Deborah 235 

Ethan 235 

Frank Hervey 322 

Lavinia 193 

Oliver H. 236 
PETTIGREW Frank 189 202 
Pottingcll see Pettengill 
PEVK John 73 
PEVERLY Alt>crt 200 

( leor g e 204 

Harriet 197 

Jane 192 

Johanna 201 

Kinsman 197 200 

Robert 192 

William 201 202 
PEVY IVavcy 

Anna 05 

Benjamin 61 

Hopley Y. 197 

Joshua 04 

Sarah 191 
PHELPS Ann 14 

Benjamin 220 

Betsey Law 11 

Elizabeth 275 

Emily L. 38 

Georne 14 

Jesse 220 230 

John 14 278 

Josephine May xx 

Lavinia 14 

Mary 14 

Oliver 14 

Oliver Leicester 14 

Thomas M 

Walter 203 

William 277 
PHENIX Thomas 152 
PHILBRICK Joseph 127 
PHILLIPS Philips 

Abigail 238 

Anne 239 

Elisha 117 

Elizabeth 238 239 

Freelove 1 1 7 

Hannah 238 239 

Henry 239 

Joanna 30 

John 239 

Mary 152 238 239 

Michael 117 

Nicholas 238 239 

Rhoda 117 

Ruth 239 

Samuel 151 

Sarah 151 238 

Stephen 220 

Susan C. 270 

Thomas 238 

Wendell 1 
PHILPOT Alexander 230 

Ruth 305 

Sarah 311 
PHIPS James 237 

Mary 237 

William Sir 2. : !7 
PICKERING Pickeren Pick- 
erind 



PICKERING cont'd 
1!»'J 

A. M. 192 

A. Rosamond 195 

At. by 190 

AbiKinl I'.U L'OO 203 

A baa loin 198 

Alma I 

Alvin Gee 202 

Amanda 189 203 

Ann E 903 

Ann Jo*. 2D2 

Anna 200 

Anna Olivia L'lX) 

Benjamin 203 205 

Betsey 

Bilzcy 279 
Catherine 197 
Charles 206 
Charles N. 189 
Charlotte 206 
Daniel N. 201 202 
Drborah 191 
Deborah C. 192 
Delia 190 

Eleanor M. 194 
Eliza 191 
Elisabeth 192 193 
Elizabeth F. 201 
Elizabeth Jane 193 204 

Ephraim 189 190 191 192 194 

200 
Francos M. 195 
1 rank T. 189 190 193 201 
Gee 191 195 206 
George Wallace 190 
Genriciana 195 
Gilbert 197 204 
Gilman S. 20G 
Hannah 194 198 
Hannah J. 190 
Henry Smith 200 
James 190 191 195 198 199 

202 203 206 
James Alfred 189 193 
James C. 194 203 205 
John 198 200 203 
John A. 189 190 203 
John A. K. 204 
John Andrew 201 204 
John Edward 190 
John Gee 194 204 
John Gilman 204 
John Knight 204 

John Lowel 189 190 192 200 

203 204 205 MM 
Joseph 192 201 202 
Joseph T. 197 

Joseph Warren 190 191 195 

201 
Josephine 103 
Joshua B. 189 193 202 204 
Judith 203 
Loring 192 
Lucretia 195 
Luther C. 189 
Lydia 191 192 197 199 
M. A. L. 191 
Margaret 1S9 192 
Margaret E. 194 
Martha P. 203 
Martha S. 205 
Mary 189 190 191 190 197 

203 205 
Mary E. 194 
Mary Emily 194 
Mary Gee 192 
Marv J. 192 
Marv Paul 189 194 
Mary Susette 190 
Marv W. 190 
Mohitable 191 192 197 19S 
Nancy 199 
Nehemiah 193 197 199 203 

205 



PICKERING cont'd 

Nellie 191 
I.oIm 200 

olive 189 194 313 

Oliver n 195 

Phi 

!y 198 201 

Kir-hard l'J7 1*05 

Ri< bird I. 10 l 

Robert H 

Rosamond 201 202 

Ruth 191 198 202 
I 

-'04 
!v g 190 195 

Sarah I 

Sarah E. 190 

Sarah M 199 

Sophia 191 195 

phi* 1. O. 180 103 

Stephen 199 

Suaan E 193 

Suaan M. 189 

Temperance 200 

Theodore 191 

Thomas 191 194 106 107 108 
199 201 203 

Thomas L. 192 

Valentine 191 198 

William 105 J05 293 

William C. 199 

William P. 197 

Winthrop 205 
PICKETT 247 

I 'orothy 247 
PICKRELL Eleanor 260 

H.-nry 137 

Richard 137 

William 228 
PIERCE l'earce Peerre IV.ro- 

259 

Ann 1 

Arthur Winslow vii 

Azrikam 213 

Benjamin 208 171 

Charles 139 

Charlotte 213 

David 259 

I ><-borah 270 

Drusilla 138 

Edward 144 

Bliphal 

Ehzalwih 147 148 264 309 

Ephraim 213 

Esther 3 

Hannah 67 90 299 

Jane 139 229 

Jean 259 

John 147 150 224 259 204 314 

John L. 277 

Joshua 145 

I^etitia 217 

Lucy 113 

Margaret 140 

Martha S. 259 

Marv 145 2 

Melinda 213 

Molly 259 

Morris 259 

Pollv 259 

Rachel 150 259 

Rebecca 143 

Richard 274 

Richard A. 147 

Robert . 

Roswell G. 213 

Ssbin 259 

Samuel 259 

Samuel D. 259 

Sarah 231 314 
la* 299 

Sophia 267 

Thomas 143 266 299 

Wallace Lincoln 317 

William 259 



v 



CX 11 



Index of Person* 



PIERCE ronfd 

Zcbulun 2 
PIERCY Catherine J. 
Piaraoa see 1'rarnnn 
PIKE Ahigiul 310 

Betty 810 

Daniel 810 

James 810 

John 810 

Mary 810 

Nicholas 310 

Sarah 310 
PILES Ann 225 

Charles 228 

Elisabeth 140 200 

I iiiiiriH 220 

Henry 137 

Hilleary 219 

Jemima 147 

Leonora 135 

Mary 140 

Richard 201 272 

Zachariah 228 
PILSBURY Pillsbury 

Harriet 192 

Lydia 192 

Nathan II 185 
PINDELL Pindall 

Philip 148 221 

Rinaldo 200 

Thomas 272 
PINDER J. 70 
PINK.HAM Abigail 307 

Elizabeth 50 

Elizabeth Ann 50 

Nicholas 50 

Nicholas A. 50 

Sarah 307 

Sibyl II . 50 
PINNER — Mr. 190 
PINTO Ann 94 

Mary Ann 94 182 

Samuel 94 
PIPER Abigail C. 200 

Benjamin 04 

Fred Smith 101 

John 07 09 73 

Jonathan 71 

Margaret 227 

Merrick 75 70 

Nathan 04 

Nathaniel 04 

Noah 75 

Samuel 04 05 00 75 70 

Sarah 200 

Stephen 04 07 08 75 200 

Susannah 200 

Tabitha 200 

Thomas 75 70 
Firkins see Perkins 
PITTMAN Ann 311 
PLACE Dorothy 198 

Enos 198 

John 198 

Martha Jane 198 

Phebe 127 
PLAJSTED Plaistead 
• Elisha 198 199 

Elisabeth 199 

George P. 201 

Hannah 314 

Hannah II. 193 

Judith 314 

Olive 201 314 

Samuel 314 

William 314 
PLATER Margaret 207 
PLATT Ebenezer 213 

Edwin 213 

Israel 207 213 

Lucy 213 

Martha D. 215 

Ruany 213 
PLUM Lewis W. 225 
PLUM ME R Pluraer 



PLUMMEK cont'd 

3 1 8 

Abiezer 220 
Arm II 204 
Anna 120 

Betsey 07 
tber 94 
Kram-iH 100 
Hannah 95 
Jan.- 87 
John 97 139 1 ; 
Josiah 97 
Mordeoai 23] 
Ophelia hi 
Philip 27M 

Sural. 229 

Solomon 97 
Timothy 97 

Warren 97 

Washington 97 
POINCY Jano Mary Sebastian 

Zenherine Javain dc 231 
PONSONBY Sarah 22] 
POOL John 144 231 
POPE Alloc Bliss xl 

Alton 49 

Amelia 148 

Ann 219 

Charity 136 

Charles Henry xxviii xl 

Colmore 228 

Elisabeth 218 209 

Elisabeth I>cach xl 

Eunice xl 

Frederick xl 

Harriet xl 

Humphry 143 

Jacob 50 

James xl 

John 49 50 xl 

Joseph 148 273 

Lavina M. 50 

Lydia 49 50 

Margaret 223 

Nathaniel 228 

Niran Bates xl 

Priaeilla 278 

Ralph xl 

Sibyl 125 

Theodatc 49 
POPHAM SamuH 144 
PORTER Augustus 13 

Eliza 117 118 

Fanny Woodbury 118 

George French 310 

Hannah Curtis 118 

Harold Everett xx 

James 117 118 

Jessie Alice viii 

I.avmi.'i 13 

Mary Duick 118 

William Henry 310 
POSTON Christian 149 

Jane 203 

John Stone 223 

William 223 
POTTER 302 

Alice 301 802 

Anthony xlvi 

Benjamin 104 

Benjamin A. 104 

David xlvi 

Henry 300 

James Brown 316 

John xlvi 

Margaret J. 213 

Mary 213 

Pamela xlv 

Robert xlv 

Ruth 213 

Samuel xlvi 

Barah Lilly xxviii xlv 

William 213 xlv xlvi 

William A. 21 I 

William J. 213 



POTTINf.KR Roliert 145 
POTTI.i r.m 70 

ll< 74 

77 
\N iliiaru 00 
POT WIN 1 
. 11 
|)-i\il 10 I I 
II 
Emu. t 1') 1 1 
10 1 1 

111 

Rachel 1<> 
POWELL Ann -'27 

(Jarst 

George (I. 208 

Jo*. 

WilUam 145 
POWERS Power 

Elisabeth 273 

Jane 100 

Martha M. 188 

1 'it.:, B 1H8 

Thomas 220 276 

POWNALL Ihomas 14 I 
PRAI.I. HenrietU xlvin 
PRATHEH Denj i mn 141 . 

!>• rry 231 

nWllOf 273 

James 153 

Joa.-;.h 140 

Josiah . 

Margaret 265 

•ey 1 4 1 

Mirand i 278 
Rachel . 

Babe i i 2 

Ruth 2 II 
Thomas 273 
W illiam 231 
Zachariah 135 

PRATT Anna 7 
Eleanor 139 

LOS W XIX 

tdraan 319 
John Wilks 230 
Lucy 148 
M irtha Cary xix 
Nathan 7 

Priaeilla 221 

Suaannah 10 
Theodore Cary xxx 
Thomas 821 X 
PRAY Ann 314 
Eunice 193 313 
EsperieiMM 313 
laniah 200 
Juha I 

I rdia H. 193 

I lay hew 801 
-annah 284 
Prence MC I'rinre 
PRENTISS Caleb 84 

Henry 84 85 

Mary 85 

Mary Hart 83 84 85 

I'.imcla 84 
PRESBREY Oliver StcUon xx 
PRESBY Jc*eph Waite ix 
PRESCOTT Benjamin T. 193 

Elizabeth 49 

Esther H. 193 

John 193 199 

Josiah 49 

Margaret A. F. 193 

Rebecca Jane 49 
ah 199 

William 85 
PRESLEY Sanford 1.54 
PRESSEY T:»rk xvn 
PRICE Frederick 224 
mes l 17 

NLirv 141 I 

Richard 142 



V 



Index <>f l'< non 



rxm 



PRIEST Aaron i"i 

Illlllliah 'JO) 

John 204 

Mary 'Jill 
Mary E 104 
PRINZE I'r.n.r 

Frederick OotavilM xxxvi 
( lordoo xxxvi 

( lordon < Shiokei ini nm 
Holm Susan mvi 
Lillian xxix xxxvi 
Norman xxxvi 
ThoiDM xli 

PROCTOR Procter 

Alley 220 

Ann 2f,S 

Eleanor 219 

Francis 270 

John 270 
PRUESS Charles Aujru.it 261 
PUFFER Abigail Prentice Ivi 
PUMPHREY Pumphray Pum- 
phry 

Ann 186 

Elizabeth L'7't 

James 147 277 

Lloyd 272 

Margaret 186 

Rachel 220 

EUobard 147 

Sarah 220 

William 163 270 

William E. 266 271 

PURCELL William 227 
PURINTON PurrinKton 

Ann. i 12(3 

Jacob K. 50 

Mioajah 50 

Mary 50 

William 126 
PURNETT Rachel 137 
PurrinRton see Purinton 
PUSHEE John E. 318 
PUSSELL Rebecca 140 
PUTNAM Aaron 118 

Beriah (Mrs.) 118 

Rebecca 118 
PUTNEY Gideon 101 
PYE Charles 145 
PYNCHON George M. 31S 

QUEEN Ann 2G4 

Henrietta 146 

John 26S 

Mary 224 

Nicholas L. 227 
QUEREAU E. C. (Mrs.) xxxiii 
QU1NBEY 315 

Anne 315 

Benjamin 315 

Jacob 315 

Joseph 315 

Moses 315 

Nathan 315 

Simeon 315 
QUINCY Josiah I 
QUINN Thomas 153 
QUINT 194 

Benjamin 205 
\ Betsey 20-1 

Clarissa 192 

Elira 194 202 

Jane O. T. 202 

John A. W. 194 

John Andrew 203 

Joseph 194 202 204 

Mary 196 

Polly 196 

Rebecca 194 203 

Sarah F. 193 

William Goodwin 205 

RAFANAL Nancy 290 
RAFFITY Edward 213 
Edward C. 213 



RAFFITY cont'd 

I ll.-n 213 
RA(;()N ilaail : 
RAKIN William H 

Kail: Kolllllft 

RAMMHI I. Mi.nl. a J 
RAND Ann- 
I enjamin '-'" 

I .Iwafl 20 

20 
John 20 

Mary 20 
Nieholai 20 
Robert 20 

Siiinu<-1 20 
Sarah 20 

Buean 20 

RANDALL Randal 

A. I Bl 

Abraham 263 

Anne Frances xlviii 

Austin 231 

Belinda I.. 188 

1 Jiirl.-y xlviu 

Elira IL.w.' \lix 

Eliaabeth 224 

John 280 

M . 

Mary Btickney 78 vii 

Michael 188 

Sarah 147 314 
RANDAM Robert 232 
RANKINS Walter 232 

HANSON Martha 144 
RANTER John 136 232 271 
Sarah 262 

Susannah L r, <> 
RASTRIDGE James 224 
RATCLIFF Elizabeth 228 

Samuel 278 

Thomas 232 
RATSHESKY I. A. (Mrs ) li 

Theresa li 
Rnwlings s<e Rollins 
RAY Baal! 141 

Benjamin 142 264 277 

Jer^. 1 1 1 

John 14S 232 

Margery 232 

Mary 210 - 

Priaalla 1 16 

Rcl>ecc i 227 

Thomas 272 

Walter 163 
RAYMOND Anne 20 21 

Bertha Augusta xxviii Ivi 

Clara Mchila Ivi 

Clark Ivi 

Eliaabeth 21 29 

Henry 20 21 29 

Herbert Winthrop M 

James Ivi 
Joan 20 29 
John 21 20 
I/oring Hay Ivi 

Paul hi 
Richard 20 21 29 

Silas Ivi 

William Ivi 
RAYNE Josephine Elixabeth 

viii 
READ Reed 

Alexander ! 

Anna 291 

Anno 284 

Ebenerer 41 

Hannah 284 

Helen Leah xx 

Isaac 227 

John 227 

Pbebc 287 

Sarah 41 
K. sdmond set Redmond 
RECORD Floreston W. 235 

Thomas F. 235 



RECORD r.,i,fd 

\ .«t* A 2:i5 
Rl DDEN M»i> 
RKDMII.KS William » 
in liMDND lira 

Matthiai I • 

I(rr«l :rr Rrail 

REEVES JC ivea 

w 

Gardiner 99 

I aaac 99 
ha 140 
Mary 1 

MeaasOO 

Reily \et Riley 
l:.-r. . " 1 '. rvea 
REMINGTON Jeruaha I! 

kina 14 
RENN Kandford 232 
Rensselaer van ue Van Rens- 

wlsrr 
REYNOLDS Alfred B. 212 

Alice 300 301 

Amos 8 

Anastasia 220 

Anna 118 

Benjamin 801 
Cynthia 214 

Elisha 

Eunice .h»k> 201 
Hannah I> 
ll.-nry 214 296 
Ichabod 2 
James M. 233 
Laura S 
Luanda 214 
Msrtha 214 
Martha C. 21 J 
Martha S. 209 
Mary 304 
Mary Dolly 273 
Mehitable . 
Mercy 212 214 
Nathan 214 
Patrick 154 

'.!>• 233 
I'riscilla 141 
Rebecca 9 
Rot>ert 213 214 301 
Sally 214 

ah 143 214 

Thomas 144 

William 135 
RHODES Rhoadea 

John 141 

on Osgood 241 
RICE Ahiel 92 

Alice 92 

Amanda J l^J 

Andrew 182 

Augustus 1S2 

Charles 182 

Clarissa 02 
imund liv 

Edward 1 - 

Eleanor 185 

Hphraim 92 

Eira lui 

Fernnia N. lui 

Francis 92 

George 91 

Harriet 92 

Jane 91 

John 91 182 

Leander 182 

Luthera liii 

Marv 182 

Mary E. 182 
Nancy 02 

Polly 91 
Ruth Ann 182 
Sally 92 
Zilpah 
RICH Daty 285 291 
John 284 288 290 



\ 



CX1V 



Index of Persons 



RICH cont'd 
Pogo 283 
Prudence 283 20 - 

Rhodrt L'Hl 288 -'91 
William JS! 
RICHARDS — Miss 277 
Ann 20U 
Barbara 287 

Edward L. 272 
(labriel 287 
James 819 
Jemima 140 
I,oia 18 
Martha 222 
Richard 229 
Sarah Aim 278 
William 278 
RICHARDSON Abiatha 105 
108 
Adelaide 181 
Albert 98 181 182 
Ami Eveline 289 
Amanda 181 
Ann 273 
Asa Bond 98 
Cara Waterston xx 
Daniel 281 
Deborah 287 
Elisha 142 
Eliza 284 
Elisabeth 282 
Emily L82 
Emma 287 
Enoch 282 
Esther 282 
Eunice 10") 
Ezra 105 
George 281 

Hannah 105 168 285 289 290 
Harriet 283 
Henry 98 

James 272 278 281 282 
James Young 98 
Janet 98 

Janet Gilmorc 98 
Joel 286 
John G. 282 
Joseph 185 168 

J I 111 Si )H 165 

Justus 98 165 

Lorinda 98 179 

Lucy 282 

Margaret 281 

Marshall 181 

Mary 165 

Mary Ann 98 181 287 

Moses 281) 

Nancy 285 

Otis 284 

Peggy 283 

Pollv 281 283 

Rachel 281 282 

Ruth 185 

Sally 185 

Samuel 168 

Thomas 268 281 283 

Thomas A. 270 

William 277 

William S. 284 

William St rooter vi vii viii 
xii xiii xiv 
Riohemont see Rochemont 
RICHERT Marv 33 
RICHIE John 272 
RICHSTINER Jacob 41 
RICKER Riokcre 

Aaron 308 

Abigail 30S 

Amos 307 

Bridget 309 

Caleb 309 

Charlotte 191 

Daniel 30S 309 

David 307 

Deborah 30S 



RICKER eoat'd 
i* 307 308 

Etx .i)7 

108 

Ella* 300 

Elijah 300 

Eliphelet 308 
. 

Elisabeth 307 308 310 

Enoch 310 

Ephraim 307 308 

Eather 309 
kial 308 

( leorge 307 308 

II mi. ili 308 300 

Henry 308 310 

Isaiah 191 

Jeremiah 309 

John 308 308 309 

Jonathan 308 

Joseph 308 

Judith 308 314 

I/emuel 308 

Iyvi 30S 

Lucy 307 309 

Lvdia 810 

Margaret 308 

Maria Louisa 18 1 

Mark 308 

Mary 307 

Mehitablfl 306 

Meturcn 307 

Miriam 3ns 

Mollv 

M mos 307 308 309 

Nicholas 308 

Patience 307 

Phincas 308 

Reuben 310 

Ruth 809 

Sarah 306 307 308 310 

Shipley 194 

Tamzine 308 

Thomas 308 

Wentworth 308 
RICKITTS Jane 14S 
RIDDLE Riddcll 

Elisabeth Ann 269 

Ellen 273 

Gawn 2 5 1 

Hugh 2 

Jacob L'74 

James 228 

Jane D. 2 

Jean 259 

John 259 

Margaret 259 

Robert 259 

Samuel 153 2 

Susannah 1 It 259 

Virlinda 141 

Wilhani 259 
RIDER Ryder 

Calvin 41 

Damaris S. 41 

Eli 41 

Ella M. 41 

Georgic 215 

John 41 

I.ydia 41 

Lvdia Maria 41 

Mary 42 

Marv M 41 
Sarah 42 
Silas P. 41 42 
Sophronia 41 
Sylvester 41 42 
RIDGEWAZ Ridgway Ridwav 
Ann 230 
Barbara 201 
Basil 137 2 
Benjamin 1 18 
Eleanor 14S 226 230 
Elizabeth 153 
Heasy 277 



KIDGEWAY eont'd 
J»i 

John 1 

Jonathan 288 
Levi 228 

Marv J. '7 

219 

diehard 231 
William J07 
RIDGLEY Penny 2 

Ridgwav «" R lgeway 
RJDOUT 8arau 

Rid way •«« Ridgnway 
KI(,GSTamime 308 
Right 144 Wright 
RILEY K-.lv Rylry 

George 

John 149 151 

Joaeph 218 

Margaret 144 217 220 

Mary 286 

Thomas 288 
RING Arthur Hallam xx 
ajamia 108 

David 168 

Eliza Ann 168 

John 166 

Mary 166 

Pamela 

Sarah ! 
RIPLEY Sarah 180 
RISTON Allen 

Basil 148 

Caaaandia 278 
iha 136 151 

Elizabeth 2 
liah 135 

Rebecca 1 

Zadok 146 273 
ROACH Phebe 198 
ROBB Adam 1 
Roblwtt rU 

ROBBINS Hannah 884 

Robbinson see Robinson 
Robe n son Ml Robinson 
ROBERTS Robbett 

Abigail 806 

Alice 314 

Ann 145 314 

Daniel 315 

Dorothy 818 

Edmund 306 

Edvrar 

Elizabeth 154 205 314 315 

Eunice 313 

Hannah 128 142 313 314 

Hatevil 307 

Henrv 136 

James 202 203 . 

Jane Amanda ! 

Jedediah 313 314 

Joanna 314 

John 135 140 

Josiah 306 

Love 3 1 4 

Lvdia 314 315 

Mary 143 191 307 313 314 

Moses 314 

Peter 314 

Samuel 306 

Sarah 134 142 306 

Thomas 125 

Trueman 230 
Robertson see Robinson 
Robeson see Robinson 
ROBEY Robie 

77 

Charles 205 

George Dement 153 

Horatio 268 

Marv 277 

Meehal 141 

Michael 1 



Index af Persons 



cxv 



ROBEY cont'd 
Rebecca 064 

Sarah 207 279 
Truemnn 201 

ROBINSON Robbinaon Roben- 

MM Rol>ert«on Robeson 
Etobimeon 

65 

AUdnego 70 202 
Abigail 102 185 
Abigail J. 178 
Abraham 70 
Ada Sophia Ivii 
Albert (J 178 
Alexander 101 
Archibald 102 
Benjamin 217 218 
Catherine 185 
Charles 102 151 175 
Clark 70 
CorneliuB 201 
Daniel 44 
David 08 71 74 70 
David Allan 81 
Deborah 08 
Donald 104 
Elijah 149 
Eliia 287 

Elisaboth 44 102 217 
Ella Maria lvii 
Elsie 175 
Franklin L 177 
George 141 
George W. 102 
Hezekinh 142 
Horace 118 

James 102 175 185 227 
Jane 220 
John 04 102 
Jonathan 03 80 
Joseph G. 118 
Juliana 102 
Lavonia D. 178 
Levi 285 
Lucretia 102 
Martha 03 

Mary 44 102 134 142 143 
Milley 148 229 
Nathaniel M. 175 
Patsy 207 
Polly 202 
Priscilla 226 
Rachel 175 
Robert 102 177 
Rufus J. 102 
Samuel 199 
Sarah 145 

Sarah Elisabeth Ford 220 
Seth 104 
Susannah 271 
T. 74 

Temperance 102 
Thomas 231 
Thomas F. 208 
Walter Billings lvii 
William 44 74 
William II. 102 
Zadok 275 
ROCHEMONT Richcmont 
Almira de 191 195 
Alonto de 202 
Charles de 191 195 
Daniel de 189 202 205 
Daniel M. de 192 
Elira A. de 192 
Emily de 195 
F. W. de 189 200 
George de 189 190 195 
George W. de 202 
Harriet E. de 205 
Henrietta de 189 190 195 
Herbert S. de 1S9 
John F. de 200 
John O. F. de 202 
Kate de 190 195 



ROCHEMONT ooat'd 
Lottk L de 191 195 Mfl 

Louisa d«> 1 v» 

Mm in Louisa da I I 
il> M Ann dfl Ml 

Sophia da 
ROCKEFELLER J, ,lm 317 
ROCKET Henry 271 
ROE Alfred Seelyc lvii 

Sur tfa 265 
ROESSNER Ma»>el Mather 

(Mr* ) 230 
ROGERS — Mr. 20 

Abner 126 

M.-taoy 44 259 

Clarissa K 2 1 J 

Deborah 44 45 

( laocga Warren 120 

Henry 250 

Henry Huddleaton 236 

Henry W. 208 

Horace 214 

Horace Adell>ert 214 

Hul. 1 it. 44 

Isaac 127 

Jacob C. (Mrs) 317 

James Swift 207 305 

Janet 120 

John 44 

I/evi I I 

Martha 321 

Mehitablc 2 1 ."> 

Miriam 45 

Nancy 259 

Nathaniel xxxvii 

Paul 44 45 120 127 128 

Phcbc 44 

Thomas 259 

Weeterlo 214 
ROKES Mary Taul 194 

P. 194 
ROLFE Rebecca 3 
ROLLINS Railing Rawling* 
Holing Rolings Rolling 
Rollings 

206 

— Widow 70 

Abigail 73 306 

Amor 97 

Ann 137 

Catherine 148 

Catherine Estep 143 

Daniel 061 067 305 306 

Deborah 200 

Elijah 130 

Eliphalct 05 07 

Elisha 00 

Elisabeth 134 300 

Ephraim F. 196 

Eunice 101 

George F. 305 

Henry T. 272 

Hiram 97 

Ichabod 305 306 

Isaac 141 

James 306 

Jane 140 

Jeremiah 77 

Joanna 197 

John 141 163 224 306 

John Adam 148 

John T. 271 

John W 064 

Jonathan 09 70 74 

Joshua 70 

Jotham 03 67 

Letty 230 

Levi 69 

Louisa 97 

Luke 147 

Lvdia 101 

Margaret 97 306 

Margaret A. F. 193 

Margerv 97 

Mary 153 306 



ROLLINS cont'd 

Meshach 76 

Nicholas 65 66 69 72 77 

Paul 196 

1'rycy 

Richard Smith 217 22V 277 

Ruth 65 

Sarah 194 197 306 

8tephen 97 

Suaannah 217 266 279 

Tabilha 206 

William I'M 225 

William Cage 202 265 

William J. 266 

William W. .H05 
ROOKER W.ll.am 293 
ROOSEVELT Thwxlora lv lvii 
ROOT Elenora C. 41 

Sophia 15 

Thomas 41 

Thomas G. 41 
ROSE Addie 214 

Almira 214 

Amanda 214 

Arthur 214 

Corydon 214 

Daniel 214 

Dwight 214 

DwightT. 214 

Elisabeth 214 

Ernest E. 214 

Eunice 214 

Henry 214 

Jonathan 214 

I. Sheldon 214 

Martha R 214 

Orlando 214 

Phebc 214 

Ralph 214 

Thomas 135 

William H. 214 
ROSS Alphonso 181 

Antis 259 

Aricina 153 

Edward 139 

Eleanor 259 

Elizabeth 030 

Emily 107 

Emma 8. 181 

Esekiel 167 181 

Fanny 107 

Hannah 107 

James F 2S7 

Jean 259 

Joseph 107 181 

Joseph G. 181 

Levina 260 

Margaret 222 

Mary 181 

Mary Ann 167 

Marv J. 181 

Nathaniel S. 260 

Patience 181 

Phebe 287 

Sally 259 

Samuel 259 260 

Susannah 167 171 181 

William 181 227 200 
ROWAN Margaret Beckman 
132 

Stephen N. 132 
ROWE William 229 
ROWELL Alden 173 

Arlette 173 

David 174 

Elisa 173 

Fanny 17.^ 

George J. 173 

Hannah 173 

Jane 173 

Jease 173 

Mary Ann 173 

N* ^*> 
_ ancv 1 1 >> 

Olive 173 

Sarah Ann 174 



CXV1 



Itldsx of Persons 



ROWELL ooot'd 

Susannah 173 
ROYCE Andrew M. 41 

Bliiah 41 

Helen L. 41 

Loronoo I ). 41 

Luoy 41 

Murv C. 41 
ROZER Rosor 

( Senilis 221 

Elisabeth 221 

Franoif 1 1 164 

Harriot 2i',. r ) 

Henry 1.17 

Maria 164 

Maria Helena Hall 2fi3 

Surah 145 
RUFNELL Rufnel 

AuRUHtua 282 

Nancy 282 
RUGG Almena 7 
RUGGLES Hannah 238 239 

John 238 239 

Ruth 230 
RUOLBSS William 150 
RONDLET — Widow (V8 

Arioch 75 

Eunioe ir>8 

James 75 7(5 77 

John 67 71 75 

Reuben 00 09 70 

Satchel 63 

Thcophilua 03 

Tim 71 
RUNEY Mary I-:. 150 
RUSSELL Ann 138 145 

Elizabeth 154 225 278 

Joseph 222 

Philip 140 

Rebeooe 3 31 

William 219 
RUST 03 

— Dr. 00 

George 205 
RUSTIN Eleanor 204 

John 229 
RUTHERFORD Caroline Ra- 
chel lxv 

Henry lxiv 

S:irah lxiv 
RYAN Thomaa Fortune 316 
Ryder see Rider 
Rvlev see Riley 
RYMES Christopher 197 

Eliza 192 

Lucy M. 191 

Susan 193 

William 193 203 
RYON Ann 140 154 225 229 

Clement 137 

Darby 138 

Elijah 223 

Elisha 137 

Elizabeth 140 147 223 

Fielder 222 

Fielder Smith 273 

Frances 275 

Jeremiah 153 

John 147 

Mary 149 

Philip 135 

Priacalla 137 

Sarah 265 

Sophia 270 

Susannah 152 224 270 

Theodore 278 

SABIN Saybin 
Abishai 118 
Anna 118 
Benjamin 118 
Rethnia 118 119 
Charlea Hamilton 235 
Clarissa 118 
Ebenezer 1 IS 119 



SAHIN ooot'd 
Elizabeth 1 is 119 

; i i I 18 
Ki|MTi<Tiee 1 19 

Horatio l is 

John MS ] |9 
Jonathan 1 1 -> 
Joiwph I IS 1 l'l 
loahua lis HO 

Joeiah lis H9 

Lueilldlt H9 

I.wy 119 
Mnitha 119 
Mary 119 
Mntilda I). 119 
Molly lis ny 
Nancy 1 19 
Nathaniel 119 
Nehemiah 1 IS 119 
Noah 119 
Drrm 119 

Pethena 118 119 
Ruth 118 119 
Huth A. 119 
Barafa 1 19 
Borah M. 119 
Both 119 

Suaannah lis lit 
Timothy 1 19 
Walter 119 

William 118 1 19 

William H. 119 
SADLER Sadlier 

Charlie H. 188 

I'.lecta 188 

Martha M. 188 

Rel>eeca 141 

William 18.8 

Willie A. 188 
SAILLY Teter 322 
SALINAS C Edward 80 
SALISBURY Abigail xxxvii 

Edward Elbridge xxxvii 

Evelyn xxix xxxvi xxxvii 

Josi.ah xxxvii 
SALTER Abigail 239 

Anne 239 

Elisabeth 239 

George 238 239 

Hannah 238 239 
SAMPSON Hannah 292 295 

1 1. -nry 293 

James 293 295 
SANAFIELD George 227 
SANBORN Henrietta B. ! 

John D. 195 
Sunders tee BaundOTI 
SANFORD Sandford 

Abraham 298 

Jonah 17 

Mary 17 298 

Nancy 221 

Thomas 271 

William 298 
SANSBURY Sansberrie Sana- 
berry 

Alice:' 

Anne 153 

Edward 274 

Eleanor 220 

Elexius 150 

Henry 278 

Joseph 224 

Martha 275 

Marv 140 147 203 

Mentv 220 

Middleton 231 

Rebecca 154 

Richard 27 B 

Sarah 137 142 143 218 2' 

Sarah Ann 270 

Theodore 230 

Thomaa 22J 

William 266 

William Richard 154 



SAPPINGTON Jamn 140 
ARGENT 1 Kverett izxii 
Paul i> 281 

Wilhan. M 2 
SASSEK Sascer Saseoer Saueer 
Ann 1 l 
Elizabeth 143 
Elisal i -'74 

John T 1 

Jonathan Throne 222 
Sarah I 18 
lannah . 

I Ikiiiiai 87 I 

Underwood 273 

Verlioder P 21 

William 137 141 

SAUNUKKS Sanders 

1-b 207 214 

Cheater 214 

Elisabeth 14<> 314 

Fannie C. 213 

John B. 218 

Lydia 149 

William G 270 
SAVAGE Jamea 238 2. 
SAVARY Louiaa Anna Eleanors 

Peter l II 

SAVILLE Savil 

Ann«- Pierce lii 

Antoinette Hale li 

Kliaha li 

Henry Martyn li 

Huntington szviii li 

Joaiah li 

Mary Iv 

Samuel li 

William li 
SAVINGTON Sarah 266 
SAVOY I. u 
SAWYER Abigail 283 2 

Amanda 287 

Bonjamin 282 

Chsrles W J 71 

1 lward 285 290 

Blisa 285 

ErsstusOtis 4.' 

Jan.vn 42 

Sophronia 285 
SaybiO see Sabin 
SCAGGS I i J7S 

SCAMMON James 74 

Richard 72 

Samuel 67 
SCARBOROUGH Ebenezer 116 

Elisabeth 119 

Esther 119 

Hannah 1 19 

Joseph U9 
SCARCE Charity 22S 

Millv 224 

Rebecca 218 

Rezin 2 

Ruthy 3 

Sarah 217 
SCHELL Enoa 2 
SCHIFF Jacob Henry 310 

Mortimer I 816 
SCHNIEW1ND Ewald H 310 

Henry 318 
SCHOLFIELD Ann 221 
SCISSELL Eleanor 145 

Elizabeth 136 

Marv- 135 
SCOTT A*ne« 147 

Alfred Bowne (Mrs.) 318 

Ann 135 137 190 204 

Ann E. 194 

Anns P. 193 

Areana 266 

Catherine 153 191 

Dsniel 199 

Daniel P. 194 200 

Daniel Webater 199 

Edward 151 



v 



Index of Persons 



VI! 



SCOTT cont'd 

Film nor ~3i 
Elisabeth l :t7 139 

Harriot 278 

Henry Edwards 77 154 235 
816 » vi vii xi aii 

.Fount linn 836 

.In. I hoi. 1 46 279 

Marion!. 880 

Margan-t 1 1 r > 

Martha 232 

Martha Ann 270 

Mary 140 236 

Nancy 200 

Richard K. 270 

Samuel 14.5 221 

Thoii.au 220 

Thomas Clagett 862 

Tilghman 277 

Walter 189 190 191 318 

William 153 200 20 1 

William Ashford 881 
SCRIBNER Benjamin 45 

Marv 45 
SCRIVENER Sorivncr 

Kloanor 278 

William 829 
SCRYMSER James A. (Mrs.) 

317 
SCUDDER Winthrop S. 319 
SEABURY Abigail 235 

Dillania 235 

Forris 235 

I^lia M. 235 

Marcus 235 

Marilla Barker 235 

Nabby 235 

Preston B. 235 

Wiswall 235 
SEAMONS William 08 
SEARS Clara Endicolt 317 
SEATON Louisa D. 278 
SEAVEY Scavy 

Arno Adelbert 290 

J. Langdon 204 

Lucinda 286 

Lucinda H. 290 

Marcian 290 

Rebecca 72 
SEAWARDS Sally 190 
Seawell see Sewell 
SEBURN James 277 
SEELT James 222 
SEFTON John 275 
SELBY Ann 145 221 230 279 

Charles 148 

Deborah 146 

Eleanor 137 

James 228 264 269 

Jesse 227 

John Smith 138 

Magrudcr 149 

Margaret 223 

Mary 143 

Mary Ann 277 

Philip 136 

Sibyl 149 

Susannah 229 
SELVIN Joshua 277 
SEMMES Semms 

Francis E. 269 

Mary 225 

Richard A. 278 
SENNETT J. 132 
SENTER Lucy 194 
SERV1SS Martha W. 132 

Nelson 132 
SESSIONS Alexander 120 

Amasa 42 120 

Esther 42 

Hannah 120 

Hannah M. 42 

Hartley 120 

Joanna 120 

John 120 



SESSIONS cont'd 

Marin 8 

Nathnni.-l L30 

Olivo 42 
II v 180 

Bilenoe 120 

Siinan 40 

William 42 
SEVERANCE John I. 317 
SEWELL Sea well 

Edmund 27 

Kloanor 264 

Pnebc I7»i 

Robert 150 
SEYMOUR 17 

Aaron 7 H 9 13 

Abel 18 17 is 

Abigail 7 8 13 141 

Amos 17 18 

Amy 17 18 

Ann 16 

Ann E 195 

Anna 7 13 18 

Anne 7 13 14 

Ashhcl 12 13 14 

Bevil 12 

Bildad 15 

Boadiea im Vodiee 

Hoadina see Vodice 

Calvin 13 

Carolina 10 

Caroline 1 1 

Catherine 9 

Chloe 15 

Christian 7 

Daniel 18 17 18 

David 10 11 17 18 

Dorothy 8 9 14 

Ebenczer 15 

Eliakim 15 18 

Elias 12 13 

Eliza 13 

Elizabeth 7 9 10 13 

Esther 7 

Eunice 8 9 10 15 

Frederick 10 1 1 

Freeman 9 10 13 

George 10 11 12 

Gideon 17 18 

Hannah 10 11 13 

Hephzibah 10 11 

Huldah 9 10 14 16 

Ira C. 195 

James 9 10 

Jane 10 11 

Jared 10 11 

Jeremiah 12 

Jerusha 12 18 

Joanna 16 

Jonsh 16 

John 18 

Jonathan 6 15 18 

Joseph 14 15 16 

Josiah 16 

Katy 8 

Kenah 6 7 

Lois 11 12 13 

Lucy 7 8 16 

Lydia 9 12 13 15 17 18 

Nlabel 12 

Margaret 7 10 

Marv 6 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 
17 18 

MehiUble 15 17 18 

Michael 9 10 

Miles 17 

Milicent 14 , 

Molly 11 

Moses 8 

Nancy 12 

Nathaniel 6 

Norman 9 

Prudence 7 

Rachel 8 

Rebecca 14 



I YMOUR cont'd 
' 10 

Riebard •. 7 9 10 15 Ifl 17 

H.,«woii 1.1 
Ruth fl 10 11 
Beimel 8 9 18 16 18 
Sarah 8 1 1 

Stephen 15 17 1 -. 

.Mir. 18 
Susannah 15 1 1 
Thankful 12 \A 17 IS 
Theodorr 13 
Thomas 6 10 11 
Tu - 9 

Truman 15 

V >die« |fl 17 

Zarhariah 1 :< 1 4 

/.adok 17 

Zebulun 6 7 • 

SHAAFF J..hn Tbomai 
SHACKFORD Fleenoi 198 

Sarnuol Burnham 169 IKS vn 
SHAGNASHA Mary 147 
SHANLEY Bernard 146 
SHANNON Luke 818 
SHARP Sharp* 

Abigail 120 

Ahiahai 120 

Alice 120 

Asa 120 

Caleb 120 

Esther 120 

Gershom 120 

Hannah 120 

Isaac 120 

Jane liz 

Julia Ann 120 

Lucia 120 

Pitt 120 

Rebecca 120 

8arnh 180 

William 120 

William Pitt 120 
SHATTUCK Abel 260 

Nancy 260 

Nsncv M. 300 
SHAW Abraham 241 

Anna 49 1 

Blake 298 

James 261 

Jeremiah 49 

John 120 

Joseph 331 

Mary 215 

Robert Gould 317 

S.irah 298 

Susan L. 49 

Thankful 120 

Thomas 273 

William 223 
SHEARER Ann 260 

Betty 260 

James 260 

Jean 260 

Phebe 260 

Thomas 260 
Shearlock see Sherlock 
Shearman see Sherman 
Shearwood see Sherwood 
Bbeekelk see Shekell 
Shecklea see Shekell 
SHEFFIELD Elizabeth 398 

William Paine v xi 
SHFID Martha 

SHEKELL Sheckells Sheckles 
Shekells Skekell 

Agnes 140 

Benjamin 27 I 

Cephas 138 331 

Deborah 140 153 

John : 

Marv 145 

Richard 150 
SHELDON Addison E. 188 

Anna 213 



VOL. LXXIII. 



25 



V 



hulrr of I'rrsons 



CXVM 



SCOTT cont'd 
Eleanor 131 
Eliiabeth 137 139 

Harriot 273 

Henry Edwarda 77 164 

.'Jill v vi vii xi »ii 
Jonathan 33S 
Judson 146 270 
Maneah 130 
Margaret 145 
Martha 232 
Martha Ann 970 
Mary 140 226 
Nancy 200 
Richard K 270 
Samuel 145 221 
Thomas 220 
Thomas Clagctt 2(12 
Tilgbman 277 
Walter is 1 .) 100 IM 318 
William 163 2<X) 204 

William Aslifonl 221 

SCRIBNER Benjamin 45 

Mary 45 
SCRIVENER Scrivncr 

Eleanor 278 

William 229 
SCRYMSER James A. (Mrs.) 

317 
SCDDDER Winthrop S. 319 
SEABURY Abigail 236 

Dillania 235 

Forris 235 

Lelia M. 235 

Marcus 235 

Marilla Barker 235 

Nabby 235 

PtestOQ B. 235 

Wiswall 235 
SEAMONS William 08 
SEARS Clara Endicott 317 
SEATON IxmiBa D. 278 
SEAVEY Scavy 

Arno Adclbert 290 

J. LanKdon 204 

Lucinda 286 

Lucinda H. 290 

Marcian 290 

Rel>ecca 72 
SEAWARDS Sally 196 
Seawell see Sewell 
SEBURN James 277 
SEELT James 222 
SEFTON John 275 
SELBY Ann 145 221 230 279 

Charles 148 

Deborah 146 

Eleanor 137 

James 228 264 269 

Jesse 227 

John Smith 138 

Magrudcr 149 

Margaret 223 

Mary 143 

Mary Ann 277 

Philip 136 

Sibyl 149 

Susannah 229 
SELVIN Joshua 277 
SEMMES Semms 

Francis E. 269 

Mary 225 

Richard A. 278 
SENNETT J. 132 
SENTER Lucv 194 
SERVISS Martha W. 132 

Nelson 132 
SESSIONS Alexander 120 

Ama&a 42 120 

Esther 42 

Hannah 120 

Hannah M 42 

Hartley 120 

Joanna 120 

John 120 



SESSIONS cont'd 
Maria H 

tthaniel I-'" 
0Hv« 42 
illy 120 
Rilence 120 
Buaan 10 

UilliHin 42 
SEVERANCE John I. 817 
SEWELL Seawall 

Edmund 27 

Floanoi 864 

Pbebe 176 

Robert 160 
SEYMOUR 17 

Aaron 7 8 9 13 

Abel 12 17 18 

Abigail 7 8 13 14 
Amos 17 18 
Amy 17 IS 
Ann 16 
Ann I". 195 
Anna 7 13 1-i 
Anne 7 13 14 
Ashbcl 12 13 14 

Bevil 12 
Bildad 15 
Boadiee vm Vo< 

Boadina srr Yodice 

Calvin 13 

Carolina 10 

Caroline 1 1 

Catherine 9 

Chloe 15 

Christian 7 

Daniel 13 17 18 

David 10 11 17 18 

Dorothy 8 9 14 

Ebenczer 15 

Eliakim 15 IS 

Eliaa 12 13 

Kliza 13 

F.lizabcth 7 9 10 13 

Esther 7 

Eunice 8 9 10 15 

Frederick 10 1 1 

Freeman 9 10 13 

George 10 11 12 

Gideon 17 18 

Hannah 10 11 13 

Hephribah 10 11 

Huldah 9 10 14 16 

Ira C 195 

James 9 10 

Jane 10 11 

Jared 10 11 

Jeremiah 12 

Jerusha 12 IS 

Joanna lo 

Joash 16 

John 18 

Jonathan 6 If 18 

Joseph 14 15 16 

Josiah 16 

Katy 8 

Keziah 8 7 

Lois 11 12 13 

Lucy 7 8 16 

LydiaO 12 13 15 17 18 

!^ label 12 

Margaret 7 10 

Mary 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 

■ If « O 

Mehitable 15 17 18 
Michael 9 10 
Miles 17 
Milicent 14 , 
Molly 11 
Mo«ea 8 
Nancy 12 
Nathaniel 6 
Norman 9 
Prudence 7 
Rachel 8 
Rebecca 14 



SEYMOUR eoot'd 

Khoda '• 10 

Itirh.r.l ii7 9 10 18 l<i 17 160 

KfMwrll I I 

Ruth 8 10 11 

imuei I I 18 16 18 
Barak 8 12 

:• 15 17 18 
MM 1 I 

mannah 1 1 1 1 
Thankful 12 13 17 1 1 

I -' 
Thomas ») lo 11 

I tmotfej m 9 
Truman 15 
\ idiec 18 17 

Zachanah 13 14 

Eedok 17 18 

:hin •• 7 • 

SHAAFF John Thomaa 227 
SHACKFORD Eleanoi 

muel Burriham 159 IKS vn 
SHAONASHA Mary 147 
SHANLEY Bernard 148 
SHANNON Luke 818 
SHARP Sharpe 

Abigail 120 

Abianai 120 

Alice 120 

Asa 120 

Caleb ISO 

ther 120 
■reborn 120 

Hannah 120 

Isaac 120 

Jane lix 

Julia Ann 120 

Lucia 120 

Pitt 120 

Rebecca 120 
nh 120 

William 120 

William Pitt 120 
SHATTUCK Abel 260 

Nancy . 

Nancy M ! 
SHAW Abraham 241 

Anna 49 126 

Blake 298 

James 261 

Jeremiah 49 

John 120 

Joseph 231 

Mary 215 

Robert Gould 317 

Sarah 298 

Susan L. 49 

Thankful 120 

Thomas 27.? 

William 223 
SHEARER Ann 260 

Betty 260 

James 260 

Jean 260 

Phebe 260 

Thomas 260 
Shearlock see Sherlock 
Shearman see Sherman 
Shearwood see Sherwood 
Sbeckella see Shekell 
Sheckles see Shekell 
SHEFFIELD Elizabeth 286 

William Paine v xi 
SHEID Martha 

SHEKELL Sheckells Sheckles 
Shekells Skekell 

Agnes 140 

Benjamin 27 ( 

Cephas 138 221 

Deborah 140 153 

John 23 

Mary 145 

Richard 150 
SHELDON Addison E. 168 

Anna 213 



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Index of Ptrfoni 



SHELDON oont'd 
' 'liirincii 214 
I ) i ■ 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 '214 
Elvira P. 216 
Eeekiel 213 2H 218 
< leoraji hi 
J. M. A HI 
Jcminm 214 
John I, 214 
Joseph 214 
Joseph H. 214 
Lansing 211 216 

Lydia 21 » 

Lydia C. 21". 

Martha 214 

Mehitable 21 » 

Palmyra 208 

Pbebe C. 214 

Polly 214 

Sarah M. 211 

Stephen 214 

Stephen Uberto 214 

Thankful 213 

Waity 211 

Unity I). 215 

William L. 215 
SHELLEY Anne 30 
SHELTON Thomas 134 
SHEPARD Shepherd Sheppefd 

Shopherd 

— Dr. 04 

Alexander 185 

Allen 99 

Alvira 100 

Amasa 100 

Amelia 14 

Amos 100 

Anna 14 

Bctaey 14 

Calista 09 

Carlton J. ISO 

Clarissa 99 

Culivcr 100 

David 185 

Edward 14 

Elbridgc Gerry 99 

K 1-U.l 14 

Elisha 10 

Elira 99 100 

Emelinc 100 

Emery W. 180 

Finley Johnson 317 

Francis 99 

Frederick Job 322 

George Washington 99 

Hannah 100 

James 14 180 185 

Jane 100 

John 14 99 222 

Jotham 100 

Levi 14 

Llewellyn 180 

Lorenro 100 

Louis N. 180 

Lucinda 185 

Lucy 99 

Lvdia 100 

Margaret 100 

Martha 100 

Mary 100 185 

Nancy 100 101 ISO 

Oliver 14 

Oliver Prescott 99 

Pamela 100 

Polly 14 

Rebecca 14 

Rhoda 9 10 14 

Rosalinda 100 

Ruth 14 

Ruth Ann ISO 

Samuel 14 100 

Timothy 99 

William 99 
SHERBERT Dennis 278 
SHERBURNE Shurburne 



SHERBURNE cont'd 

Jane I 

Mary 07 
SHERIDAN Jamea P 217 
SHERIFF B«oedi< I 222 

Elieabeth . 

Joshua 1 M 

i §ri 868 
Mary 232 

Rachel 231 
Rebeoea 9 

Uwtl. .■ 
SHERKI.IEF Dorothy 14.1 
SHERLOCK Shearlock 

Ralph 232 

Tnomai 278 

Williara 2i 
SHERLY Theodore 222 
SHERMAN Shearman 

Adda L. 42 

Alice 297 

Betaey Law 14 

Herman 104 
John W. 42 
Joseph 285 

Uenolv.nl KM 

Uobert 297 
SHERWOOD Shearwood 

Job 140 

Rhoda 140 

Susannah 1 88 

Thomas 137 
SHIPLEY Providence 272 

Rachel 231 
SHIPMAN F. R. lii 
SHIPPEE 200 

Anna 260 

Fanny 260 

George L. 260 

John O. 260 

Levi D. 200 

Lydia M. 260 

Mary E. 200 

Peter 2t>0 

Polly 200 

Susannah 860 

Zerviah 260 
SHIPPEN Abigail 239 

Edward 159 

Joseph 239 
SHIRLOCK Elisabeth 271 
SHOEMAKER Ann 225 
Shopherd \tt Bhepard 
SHORT James 137 153 

Rhoda 147 
SHORTER Thomas 228 
SHREVES Bhreere shrccvea 
Shreivcs 

Cassandra 140 

Elizabeth 219 

Mary 147 

Mima 2.11 
SHUBBARD William 264 
SHUMAN Abraham xrvii 
xliz I 

Bessie li 

Edwin A. li . 

Emma li 

George H. li 

Hettie li 

Jane 1S5 

N'.-\ncy 175 

Sidney E. li 

Theresa li 
Shurburne see Sherburne 
SHUTER James 132 

Margaret 132 

Robert 13? 
SIBLEY Clarissa 42 

Harriet Bronson 80 

Jonathan 42 

Rufus Adams 318 
Sidaie see Sydaye 
Si. lev sm Sydaye 
SILK Samuel 137 



SIM ME Rimm Simmi 

Ann 138 

J18 
George 268 
Ignatiu* '.' 

aaph Milburn 151 
Maricarrt 153 
Mary Ann ! 
Patrirk 134 ! I 

. rt I \>, 
William I »s 
SIMMONS Sin.onda Symonda 
deriek Joham i » 

Isaac 1 

laaob 188 

James 861 
JeaM 14 1 
Martha 88 |50 
Mary 139 271 

Banbaa 132 

Uichartl 137 

Uol-ert 14i, 

Samuel 8.1 

Susannah 135 217 

Thomaji 220 
Simma tee Simmea 
SIMPSON Simson 

A. Roaamor.'i 195 

Abigail 102 

Ann 138 139 225 275 276 

Drady 277 

Kl»en 192 

Eleanor 136 

Elizabeth Ann 218 

Henry 231 

Isabella 142 

Jamee 125 126 229 

James ( ! - 1 

Jamea K. 266 

John 144 149 270 

Joseph 149 

Josiah 151 

Lloyd 878 

Margaret 177 

Martha 125 126 

Mary Ann 151 

Naney 277 

Nathaniel I'M 

Nathaniel H | 

Priscilla 2. 

Uct>ecca 152 278 

Richard 81 

Rosamond 191 

8arah Ann 228 24 

Susannah 153 

Thomas 142 148 

William 71 
Sims see Simmes 
Simson see Simp*on 
SINCLAIR Smkew 

— Widow 69 

Kluaboth 148 

Hugh 132 

Jamee 87 166 

Jamea II 166 

Jane 166 

John 71 78 78 

Martin 166 

Richard 72 73 74 75 
Skekell w Shekell 
SKELLY I*vin W 279 
SKINEELL James 215 

Margaret A. 818 
SKINNER Aaron 260 

Abigail 8 1 4 

Adderton 224 

Chant v 260 

David 260 

Elizabeth 261 

Eunice . 

Hephsihah 11 

John 11 

Mary 8 218 



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SKINNER ooni'd 
Phinwell 260 

Prim- 1 1 hi 228 
Richard 91 
Ruth K 
Timothy 1 I 
Walter 152 
SLATK Vallonia lii 
SLATER BUtoi 
David l. r >i 
I loratio N. lviii 
SLAYTON William Taft 168 

1 60 
SLEEPER Moses 125 
SLOCUM Joseph Jermain 318 

William 14.5 
SLYE Williamina 144 
SMALLIDGE Timothy 284 
SMALLWOOD Ann 136 138 
270 

Augustus 270 

Bay no 139 

Elizalwth 277 

John 148 

Miliccnt 136 

Rebecca 218 

Rebecca M. 136 

Samuel Nicolla 227 

Sarah 207 

Buaannah 140 
SMART George J. 193 

Lydia R. 193 
SMtLIE John A. 192 

Martha 192 
SMITH Abigail 68 120 

Alexander 272 

Ann 130 138 227 206 

Annie 284 

Archibald 300 

Asa 194 

Barbara S. 268 

Benedict 219 

Benjamin 120 

Bulkeley lviii 

Canada 29 1 

Charles Worcester Ivii 

Clara Willma xx 

Cynthia R. 287 

Daniel 261 285 

David 64 08 70 75 205 

Dolly 306 

Dorothy 260 

Karlc lviii 

Ebcnczcr 200 

Elias 193 

Eliza J. 194 

Elizabeth 137 143 149 219 230 

Elizabeth Ann 266 

Esther 260 

Funny 153 

Fielder Bowie 229 

Frank Bulkeley xxviii Ivii 
lviii 

Frank Grosvenor lviii 

Georgic 215 

Hannah 200 

Harriot 229 268 

Helen Aline xx 

Henrietta 145 

Henrietta B. 103 

Henry 197 

Hessey 231 

Hezekiah 200 

Hiram 188 

Irene 200 

James 140 108 

Jane 142 Its 

Jeremiah 222 

Joanna 300 

John 134 220 238 200 284 

John H. 104 
John M. 275 

John Willing 149 
Jonathan M. 260 

Joseph 64 104 293 294 



SMITH OOOt'd 
Josephine ( Caroline Kn 
Joaiah 66 68 70 
Julia Loekwood Ixv 
Laban n>i 

I. avium 18 

Limy 153 

Lucy 135 - 

Lucy Maria xlix 

Luna J. |ss 

Luthei 260 

I.vdia 286 

Marcarel 10 I 200 271 

Mintha 135 

Mary 135 136 1 18 200 

Mary A 102 207 
Mary Ann 136 

Mary M 33 

Mary Perry 201 

Mehitable 31 1 

Miner 260 

Mordceai F. 205 
Nancy 200 
Nancy Earl<- Km 
Nancy Hacker lviii 
Nathan 26 7 
Nathaniel 200 
Nicholas 151 

Orrin 260 

Polly 260 
Rachel 222 

Randsorny 200 

Rebecca 134 

Reul>cn 74 

Richard 145 215 293 

Robert 1 16 

Rominer 200 

Rosamanah 145 

Samuel 260 

Samuel Lane 225 

Sarah 134 141 238 277 300 
306 315 

Sibyl 260 

Solfe68 

Solomon 64 65 60 80 

Sophia 230 

Susannah 131 153 1>vS 

Theophilus 71 

Thomas 05 70 134 150 217 

Thomas Barton 149 

Thompson 260 

Ursula 139 

Virlinda 221 

Walter 229 

Willard lviii 

William 264 272 

William N. 270 
SNOW Annie D. SO 

Matilda Margaret 287 

Moll see Green Mary 

William Brown vi 
SNOWDEN Ann Louisa 279 

Mary 149 232 

Richard 273 
SNYDER Valentine P. 310 
Soal see Soule 
Soapor see Soper 
SOLLARS Labrett 145 lis 
SOMERV1LLE Somervell Sum 
merville 

Ann 272 

Elisabeth 272 

James 153 

Susannah 150 - 

Thomas Truman 863 
SOMES Abraham 279 2S9 
Adeline 287 291 
Benjamin 289 
BeUcv 282 
Clara 290 
Clarissa 883 
Daniel 2S2 2sS 

Edward Beal 288 
Elisabeth 283 28S 
Emily 28 I 



SOMi ifd 

Hannah llarra 
Jacob 289 
Jan 

J., 

Judith 

Judith Ri« hardton 

Maria 288 

8arah J 287 
SOPER Soapat 
Alesandei 221 . 

A Ivu, 227 
Amy I 
Ni.i, . 

Benjamin Norry l 

I Mandi r 
Eleanor 217 219 
Elisabeth 217 27 » . 

• tfa Hill - 
Henry 27 » 
.1. vw 268 
John 227 .■ 

Joseph . 

I ■ 

Levi n ! 

Mareen D 

Mar.-rn Duvall 223 

Margan 

M 

Mary 137 150 221 
Mary Ann . 
Mxvsv . 
■ Uhan 153 230 
Philip ! 218 

Rachel 23 I 
Rebecca 158 278 

Rol»ert 1 16 

Sarah 280 

vmnah 1 ID 
niiiah Jackson I 

Thomas 228 
SORNBERGER Belinda I iss 
Botherlin tee Butherlaod 
SOULE Soul S.,ul 

Benjamin 296 

Cornelius 104 

John 104 

Mary 

Menbah 2 
SOUT Edward 137 
SOUTHER Elisabeth 221 
SOUTHERIN Angehne I. 107 

John 197 

Rosamond 19S 

William 197 
Southerland Sf( Sutherland 
SOUTHWELL Lydia 140 

Pana 135 

line see Spaulding 
SPARROW Ann 23 

Isabella 2. 

Joseph 136 

Matilda 2fil 
SPAULDING Spalding 
herine 272 

Chrissy 2 

Christiana - 

Dorothv 23 1 

1'dward 150 

Blisa 272 

Fhiabeth 2. 

Jame* . 

Jane 2 

John B II 

Jonathan 121 

Matilda 868 
: ih 288 
di Ann 205 

Simeon 84 

9 -innah 868 277 
SPAVICRE Henry 152 
SPEAK Speake 



V 



cxx 



Index of Perwnt 



SPEAK OOOt'd 

Catherine I3K 

Joanna 136 

Lucy 226 
SPECKNALL Charles M J". 
SPEED (Jo.niy 70 
SPENCER Alum 13 

Elisabeth 215 

John 121 

Mary 121 

Moses H 18 

Richard 215 
SPIDIN Kolwrt 222 
SPINK Spinas 

Ann 121 

Ignatius 219 
SPINNEY Caroline M. 102 

Elisabeth 194 

George 197 

Isette F. 193 
SPRAGUE Anne France* xlviii 

Anthony xlviii 

Edward Brown xlix 

Elizabeth xlviii 

Enoch Kctchani xlix 

Eunice lv 

Gilbert xlix 

Henrietta xlviii 

James xlviii 

Jeremiah xlviii 

John Frauds 80 

John Hobnrt xxviii xlviii xlix 

Knight xlviii 

Mary xlii 

Roswell xlviii 

Susan Van Auken xlviii 

William xlviii 

William Ketcham xlix 

SPRIGG Spring 

Benjamin 232 

Eliia 135 

Elisabeth 140 141 

Hedivick 145 

Osborn 137 

Peter 275 

William O. 229 
SPURLING Fanny 283 
SOUIER Daniel 121 

Joshua 121 

Phebe 121 
STACKHOUSE Starkhou.M- 

Samuel 103 104 

Timothy N. 104 
STACKPOLE Stacpole 

300 

Absalom 300 

Elisabeth 300 

James 206 

John 300 

Lavina M. 50 

Lydia 300 

Mary 300 

Sarah 49 50 

Stephen 300 

Theodate 49 

Thomas 49 50 

William 300 
STACY George 127 
Stalleons see Stations 
STALLINGS Fanny 277 

Mary 271 

Perrv 270 

Sarah 151 

Thomas 153 
STALLONS Stalleons 

James 227 

Thomas Harvev 224 
STAMP Ann 264 

Mary 143 

Wiley 270 

Willev 152 
STAND AGE Elcazcr 14 1 

Elisabeth 130 

Margaret 139 

Thomas 272 



STANDISH My lea mm rvii 
STANLEY Btan 
Abigail 12 

Aim. i 1 I 

Benjamin 12 

C.OII.foft .^ I JS>> . 

Elizalxth . 
Emily 4 1 
• 7 
Fanny 283 

I melon I 
Hannah 286 
Joanns 
Jena vi 

Jo«ei>h . 

Joseph Henry 289 

Mary - 

Mary Lurvey 282 

Nathaniel 1 1 
Rel>ecea 42 
RosweU 42 

Until 10 1 I 

Bally 283 

Banford 4 2 

Thomas 1 1 

William 1 1 
STAPLES Almira 1 

Faith 101 
Franem 101 

Frances M 1 I 

Thomas l\)\ 105 
STARKEY Clarissa Lawrence 
lv 

Fanny lvi 
Stnrkhou*** see Stackhouse 
STEARNS Stearncs 

Cynthia 188 

Dam. I 1SS 

Daniel M. IKS 

James Pierce 317 

Maria A. 38 

Mary 188 
STEEL Steele 

Alexander 2 

Ann 227 

Anna 7 

Charles L. 2C.9 

Daniel 13 

Dorothy 13 

Draden 264 

Elizabeth 13 

Esther 7 

George 7 13 

James 7 ]•> 

John 13 

Jonathan 7 13 

Julia : 

Lavinia 13 

Lucy 13 

Lydia 13 

Marv 13 291 222 

Mercy 9 13 

Mittie 13 

Oliver 13 

Polly 7 

RosweU 13 

Bella 7 

Samuel 13 

Sarah 13 

Sarah 11.13 

Timothy 13 

William* 13 
STEINER Bernard Christian 

160 
STEINERT Alexander (Mrs.) 
Ii 

Bessie li 
Stephen see Stevens 
Stephens see S'evcns 
Stephenson see Stevenson 
STETSON Nelson M 81 159 

Robert 159 
Steuart see Stewart 
STEVENS Stephen Stephens 
311 



EVENS r..nl'<i 
— Widom 70 
Aaron .11 I 
Ai 

ajamin 1 1 

•ty 311 
•.*.• 44 

Oi 

Daniel i<>« 
David 68 70 ill 316 
Dorothy 316 

Elisabeth . 
Hannah 44 311 
Hubbard 311 
Isaac Frank 318 
Jamr* M^ 

Jereaaiah 192 203 

Joanna 3 1 1 
John 41 222 811 315 
Joseph 06 68 165 
Mary 44 1 

I foe— 211 

Nathaniel 69 
«cca 44 
Jty 192 

ah 311 315 

Simeon 70 71 

William 145 140 315 
STEVENSON BU ;.henaon 

Lhzalwth 1 12 

Hannah 132 

John 1 

Mary Elisabeth xlii 

Mary Lane xlii 

Miranda 270 

Nathaniel Henry xlii 
STEWART Steuart Steward 
Bteweti Stuart 

Abigail 50 

Ann Kastatia 140 

Ann M. 140 

Ariana '. 

Charles 130 200 

Daniel 104 

David C. 230 
-►••■ 132 

George Sawin 7S vii xxvi 

Henrietta 141 

James 50 162 

James Ewell Brown xxxv 

John 151 153 278 

Joseph 50 270 

Mary 50 

Mary Ann 8 

Philip 148 154 

Rolwrt H. . 

William 135 143 

Winifred 148 
STICKNEY William Wallace v 

STILES John 143 
STILLMAN 15 

John 15 

Lydia 15 

Susan 15 
STIVERS Elihu P. . 
STOCKBRIDGE — Mr. 64 

— Widow 65 

Abraham 63 68 II 

Abram ~> 

Isaac 64 

Israel 64 

Jacob 71 

John 65 68 76 77 
;l>en 66 
STOCKING Clarissa 15 
STODDERT Stoddart 

Ann 108 

Benjamin C. 140 

Harriet 

I^titia Dent 148 

Thomas James John 151 
STOKES 20 

Mary 20 

Thomasine 20 



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cxxi 



STONE Ann Its 
Klcanor I 1 1 
Hugh 381 
James Edward 242 

I ^hiioh III 

Leonard 968 
Martha M. H, 171 

Mary Ml 
Mary B. I 

Nehcmiah 135 
Rachel 138 

Richard Cecil 821 

RnfuH ;i2t 

Struli .121 
Will. urn 219 
William Kbcn vii 
STONESTREET Buttlcr E. 
135 
Edward 181 

Klcanor 144 
STORRS Store 

Czarina Noursc 121 
FVedarick 42 

George W. 121 
John 121 
John N. 121 
I/candcr 42 
Lydia E. 42 
Mary 218 
Mary A. 42 
Mary Ann 121 
Mary W. 121 
Nathan Q. 121 
Sally 121 
Samuel P. 121 
Thomas H. 42 
STORY Klisha 157 

William 157 
STOUGHTON Abigail 11 

Mary 8 
STOVER Kate 195 
STOWE Dolly 7 
STOWELL Apalonia 215 

Austin 215 
STRAIGHT Willard Dicker- 
man (Mrs.) 316 
STRANGE Catherine C. 203 
STRATTON Elizabeth 104 

Harriet Russell 100 
STRAW Theresa 158 
STREET George E. 280 
STREETER Frank S. xxxix 
STRICKLAND Emma 289 
John 151 
Joseph 150 
Linny 220 

Mary Ann 286 289 290 
Micah W. 282 286 289 

390 
Sarah Kittredgc 290 
William 145 209 270 
William Thompson 289 
STRONG Aaron 42 
Benjamin 42 
Betsey 42 
Celia 40 
Elnathan 42 
Jane Morrow 132 
Jemima 42 
Lvntha 42 
Mehitable 42 
William 132 
Stuart see Stewart 
STUDMAN Samuel 275 
STTJRGIS Anita xliii 
Edward 31 xlii 
Frank Knight 236 
Mary 31 
Mildred xlii 
Nathaniel Russell xlii 
Robert Shaw xlii 
Roger xliii 
* Roger Faxton xxviii xlii 
Russell xlii 
Samuel 31 



STURGIS cont'd 

Buaan Brimmes ilii sliii 

Thomas xin 
STURTEVANT Chnrl. 

Brastui 189 
SUIT Edward . 

Elisabeth 367 

John A. 277 

John Smith 145 

Philip 27o 

Rebecca 279 
SULLIVAN 204 

Mary 137 

Sarah 145 
SULLIVANT Elisabeth 301 
SULLOWAY Alvah Woodbury 

318 
SULTON John 223 

Murv B. 220 
SUMMERS Amma 145 

Ann 137 223 269 

Christiana A. 272 

Deborah 273 
Eleven 147 

Elsie 282 
I iaoraa 148 

Henrietta 140 
J:imc« 272 
John 142 140 218 
John G. 275 
Mary 229 
Nathaniel 217 
Paul 150 228 
Ruth 274 
Thomas 281 
^ Zadok 219 

Sumrnerville see Somervillc 
SUMNER Abigail D. 121 
Abilene Malrraft 121 
Anna 121 
Anne D. 121 
Klizabeth 121 
Elisabeth D. 121 
George 121 
Increase xlvi 
Lucy 121 
Samuel 121 
Sarah 121 
SUTER John Wallace vii 
SUTHERLAND Sothorlin 
Southcrland 
Barbara 149 
James 225 
John 135 139 
SUTLIFF Deborah 16 
SWAIN Bwaine 
Benedict 868 
Benjamin 192 200 218 
Christian 137 
Deliverance 66 
Eliza 192 
Elizabeth 149 228 
Gabriel 998 
Henry 228 
Isaac 149 220 
John 222 
John Smith 963 
Milley 232 
Thomas 137 
William 228 
William H. 200 
SWAN Swann 
Alvah 215 
Alvah L. 215 
Ann 222 932 
Benjamin 275 
Eleanor 142 
Henrv 150 
Hilly 276 
Janet 153 
Letty 223 
Susannah 370 
Thomas 217 
Wealthv A. 215 
William 263 



SWASEY Ambrose 317 
SWATTOCK Robert 87 tS 
SWEENEY Swrrny 

\ : 1«- r t . ,ri 27'. 

Benj imin 272 

Drury 149 
Hnnnah M 195 

John 375 
Ju.lmu, 268 272 
I-«-tty 330 
Lloyd 161 
SWETT Bweet 
— Widow 68 

irl«i B. 215 
Chloe 215 
rnclia 215 

David 316 

1-Mgar 215 
Elisabeth lxii 
Klkanah 215 
Klnath 1:1 214 215 
Emma 215 

Esther 215 

.ice 215 
Frances E. 316 
Oeorna P. 215 
Jonathan 2 16 

Jonathan J. 215 
Joshua B 215 
Juliette 215 
I^ura A. 215 
Lucinda 214 
M irgaret 208 209 215 
Martha 214 215 
Martha D. 215 
Mary 215 
Marv M. 215 
M.hitablc 209 214 215 
Nathan 215 
Nathan D. 215 
Patience 215 
1'i-rsis Isabel xix 
Phebe315 
Phebe D. 215 
Rofara 215 
Rufus 916 
Barah B 215 

S.ranton 216 

Sylvester 215 216 

Sylvia 215 
SWlFT Gustavus Franklin 
(Mrs.) 316 

John xvii 

Ruth 239 
Sycklfl van see Van Svckle 
SYDAYE Sidaie Sidey Sydaie 

John 22 23 29 

William 93 
SYDEBOTHAN Mary 227 

William 136 
SYLVESTER Nathaniel Bart- 

lett 207 
SYMMER Elisabeth 152 
Symonds see Simmons 



TABER Tabor 
Barnabas 47 48 
Elisa 198 

her 128 
Eunice 128 
Gideon 104 
Joseph 47 
I.vdia 47 48 
Mary C. 48 

Phehe 47 

Philip 297 

Sarah Ann 12S 

William 48 
TAFFE Klcanor 229 

Marv Ann 230 

Thomas 267 
TAFT Charles Phelps 316 

William Howard is 
Tait see Tate 



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Index of Penon 



TALBOT Talbiirt T.dbcrt Tal- 

borl Talbott Talburt Tal- 
linn 

Ann I I'.l 
Anliir Lm 80 
Bu«ll II'. 

Benjamin 262 

c.iil, .in..- . 

I Heater 20 1 

Kliaa 278 

Elisabeth 220 

('.corn.- Washington 209 

Henry 130 

Jam 219 
John 136 

JortiuM 221 
I.eevin 219 
Lanvin 222 
Nathan 143 

Paul 152 278 



Sal 



umc 



118 



Sarah 262 263 

Suaannah L39 143 217 227 

rbomai 2<i7 

Tobiai 226 

Kadok 136 
TANNAHILL Crisaal 132 

Isabella Crier 132 

Joan 132 133 

Robert 132 
TANNER Abel 216 

Cuyler 210 

George Whitfield 210 

Lydia 211 216 

Ruses) 210 

Vina 210 
TANNICLIFF William 205 
TARBOX Sarah Polly xlix 
TARLTON Martha 205 



NL>ry 205 
.\lar' 



iry (".<■<• 192 
Samuel 205 
Samuel H. 192 206 
TARMAN Ann 225 231 271 
Ann N. 277 
Benjamin 152 
Eleanor 222 
Henrietta 218 
Henry 137 
Mary 225 
Quilfa 147 
Richard 144 219 
Samuel 230 
Sarah 145 261 
Baga 268 

Susannah 147 

William 140 
TARR Comfort 2S2 

Daniel 281 

Esther 281 
TARRANCE John 200 
TARVIN John 264 
TATE Tail 

Benjamin 314 

1 I aniel 73 

Elisabeth 220 314 
Joseph 304 305 314 
Margaret 151 

Mark :U4 

Mary 31 * 
Robert :<14 
TAYLOR Taylar 

— Mr. 73 

Alice 1 17 

Allen 226 

Amy 133 

Andrew 220 269 

Ann 146 160 225 228 266 

Caleb 230 

Cassy 271 

Catherine 269 

Charles 275 

Charles S. 177 

Charlotte 221 229 

Clara 177 



TAYLOR OOOt'd 
Edward 66 14 1 

F. India 133 
Elisa 27-, 
Elisabeth 150 103 
Bmelina 177 
Emma 177 
Bahrein 98 

• r i£«; 213 

Qaorge B us 
( Kdeoa 150 

Hannah 170 

Henny 230 

Henry Richmond 317 

Hesekiah 262 . 

John 63 08 133 139 1 »« 21 i 

Joseph T. 177 

Juliana 203 

I.inny 222 . 

Martha 91 148 

Mary 154 2UI 220 278 

Mary Ann 229 

Mary K. 190 194 

Mvron Charlei 235 

Nathan 104 

Nathaniel 270 

Peter l'.MJ I'M 

PriacUla 228 

Rebecca ,( ^ 

Richar.l 227 261 

Richard B. 270 
Ruth 00 
Samuel 217 

Sarah 114 151 153 217 220 

Seth 209 

Susannah 93 

Thomas 140 231 2 

William 71 133 218 220 264 

William B. 177 

William <> 246 
TAYMAN Taymon 

Benjamin 277 

Fielder 270 

Henrv 279 

John H. 277 

Levi 272 
TEASDALE John 135 
Tebbets see Tibbetts 
TEDCASTLE Agnes Beville 

Vaughan v viii xi 
TELLER Catherine Van Allen 

131 
TENCH Millev i 
TENLEY Henrv 270 

Letty Ann 223 
TENNETT Jan..-, J77 
TENNEY Daniel G. 317 
TERRASSON Bartholomew 

140 
THAXTER Eunice al 
THAYER Charles Snow (Mrs.) 
319 

Harry Bates 319 

John Kliot 317 

Thomas 163 
Thirston see Thurston 
Thiston see Thurston 
THOMAS Anthony 141 

Caleb 145 224 

Elisabeth 201 200 

Eunice Ann 274 
Fanoirc 219 
George M. 2-12 
Jsmes 140 
John 65 159 
John CI.ew 149 
I.ettice Eleanor 204 
Maria 275 
Marv | 
Nathan 225 
Philip 2 v-' 
Samuel 22 J 
Sarah 262 
Susannah 202 277 



THOMAS 



Willi 






T H'lM I'SO.N It. in i>- 

*«<ii Tomaon 

77 

Abraham 08 
Almena •*« Klmena 
Amoa 7 284 
Andrew 234 
Ann 149 229 2 
Charles 190 
Clark 143 
Col more I 
Cordelia 4 2 

met 71 

Daniel ilvii 

Damrl Shepherd 280 

Plea ant 143 151 

Electiua 139 

Elisabeth 208 270 

Elmena 286 289 290 291 

Eunice 7 

Frederick F. (Mrs.) 317 

rgc 2_'i 
i (core* W,lluim 289 

Hanson 270 

Henrietta 289 

Horatio 42 

Jachary 143 

J a me. 77 149 152 230 

James Eraser 1 

Jane 152 

Jane Ann 192 

John zlvii 

John 1- 270 

John Livingstone 290 

Jonathan 71 xlvu 

Kendal Kittredge 280 

Lucy xlvu 

Luke 217 

Margaret 140 

Margaret Ann 278 

Martha Ann Kittredge 280 

Mary 08 142 

Marv Eleanor 266 

Matdda 277 

Matthew 70 

Minta 145 

M.«es 143 

Philip 221 

Rachel 10 150 

Richard 138 

Samuel 5 77 151 xlvii 

Sarah 2 

Sarah Frances 280 

Tabitha 283 

Thomas 145 xK ii 

Thomas I>ewis 205 

William 289 290 
THORN Benedict 270 

Benjamin 230 

Henrv 1 7 

Henrv Burch 151 230 

John 230 

Mary 151 

vnnah 140 148 

Walter 271 

Wilham 2,30 

Winny 161 
THORNTON Abigail 157 
James B C 278 
John Wingate lxvni 
THRALLS Richard 149 
THRASHER James II. 193 

Lydia I 
THRIFT Gertrude 161 
THROCKMORTON John 31 

Patience 31 
THURMAN Jsmes L. 104 

Richardson 104 
THURSBY Edward 1 I 
THURSTON Thirston Thiston 
Thuaten 
Abby 1 I I 



V 



Index of Persons 



CXXIll 



THURSTON cont'd 

Almirn 2S7 
Hannah 70 

Henry 104 

J. 70 
Jacob 133 

Jemima It 133 
.loin. tie. us 71 75 70 

Joseph 64 

Martha 133 

Nat 75 

Nathaniel 76 

IMi tbc M 70 
Robert (SO 

Sarah (17 

Solomon 104 

Stephen 03 
TIBBETTS Tebbeta Tiblieta 

— Dr. 0(3 

Abigail .110 315 

Hetty 310 

Kphraim 71 

Hannah 190 

Jmnps 816 

John .U4 

Joseph 109 

JoHiah 310 

Judith 816 

Lvdia 315 

Margaret 315 

Mary 315 

M.-rcy 310 

Molly 310 314 

Nancy 197 315 

Nobs 314 

Sally 191 

Samuel 310 

Sarah 315 

Susannah 185 

William 185 314 
TIFT Tifft 

Amos 121 

Hannah 121 

Julius 121 

Mary G. 216 

Peter 216 
TILLEY Barbara 205 

Edith Mav viii 

Harriot 227 

John 151 864 

Rebecca 145 220 

Robert 228 

William 185 
TILLMAN Thomas 270 
TILTON Abigail 69 

Abraham 67 68 69 70 

Charles Sewall 319 
TINKER Amanda 287 

Lvdia 288 290 

William 287 291 
TIPPETT Ann 278 

Chloe Eleanor 273 

Edeline D. 270 

Eleanor 206 270 

Elizabeth 205 

John 221 

Mary Atway 224 

Theodore 277 

Trucman 205 
TIRRELL Charles 234 

Eunice 234 
^ I. y ilia Ann 234 
TITUS Anson vii x 
TOBEY Toby 

Harriet 185 

Lucia 42 

William 1S5 

TODD 17 

Archibald 133 

Dorothy 133 

Marv Ann 133 
TOGOOD Sarah 168 
TOLL Betsey 94 

Hannah 94 
Samuel 94 



TOLL cont'd 
Victoria »i 
TOLMAN Mary Iv 
TOLSON Kim il .'•.•■ 
Chloe Ann 
EliialMjth 2 
Krmicia 14 2 21 
John 868 
Marv 868 
Surah 269 
William 879 
Tompaon ice Thorap«ori 
Tomaon see Thompson 
TONGUE Margaret 1 16 

Mary 142 
TOOLEY Clarence 816 

Cora M. 2I-. 

John P. 316 
TOPPAN A. M. 192 

E. w. 192 
TORREY Elbridge (Mrs.; 317 
TOSSELT Ann . 
TOUGH Janet Ross 188 

William 133 
TOWLE Clarmda 191 

Elisha 197 

Francos M. 195 

(Icorgo 191 803 

Jeremiah 196 

Mary 196 

Virginia 195 
TOWNE Emma 287 

Henry Robinaoo 316 
TOWN LEY Charles 272 

Thomas 14 1 
TOWNSEND Townshcnd 

Ann 218 

Benjamin L 833 

Daniel 262 

Elizabeth 220 

Johanna Ann 275 

Leonard 151 221 

Lucita 233 

Margaret 202 

Marv 111 

Samuel 140 

Verlinda 277 

William 83 220 
TRACY Eleanor 130 

William 136 816 
TRASK Betaey 88 

David 183 

David S. 182 

Dummer 88 

Elizabeth 88 

Elmira 183 

Esther 100 

Hannah 98 

Israel 183 

Jabez 183 

Jane 88 

Jefferson 88 

John 88 

Jonathan SS 

Joshua 1S3 

Jotham 88 

Lucinda 88 

lvdia 183 

Mary 107 lS.t 

Monezer 183 

Nancy 88 

Polly 182 

Sophia 88 

Sophronia 183 
TRASS Ann 1 17 
TREADWELL Tredwcll 

Esther Maria xxxvii 

Sanford Ludington xx 

Tracv 134 
TREFETHEN Arianda 196 

Elizabeth 204 

Hanson II 

Hope 189 

John I. 189 195 202 204 

Nathaniel 203 



TREFETHEN cont'd 

Kuaan 205 
iniuli 206 

W ilham 2 
TRESCOTT Mary Ann Iv 
TRIBOU Am*** 888 

Joseph M . 

Mi 
TRICK - Mrs. 240 
TRICKKY Jonathan 206 

Molly 196 

Sarah 206 
TRIGG David 220 
TRIPP Ab,.l i 

Albro KH 
id 297 

Eleanor 294 

Hannah 897 

Jesse 104 

Job .100 

John :{()1 

Mary 296 

.Nathaniel 104 
03 104 

Rebecca 301 

Stephen 104 

Theodnte 34 tk 

V.rtu.- 299 300 

William 296 
TROTHKR Jane 221 
TROTT Sarah 150 
TROWANT Sarah 183 
TROWBRIDGE Alice Maude 
lxv 

Caroline lziv 

Daniel lxiv 

lie Rutherford lxv 

Francis Bacon lxv 

Henry lziv 

May Wells lxv 

Rutherford xzviii lxiv lxv 

Sarah lxiv 

Thomas Ixiv 

Thomas Rutherford lxiv lxv 
TRUE John 222 
TRUEMAN Truman 

Benoni 228 

Henry 151 

John B 274 

Mary 11 

Mocky . 

Kebeeca 137 884 
Richard 144 145 

TRUNNELL Rachel 153 
TRYON Elijah 8 

John 8 

Molly 8 

Rachel 8 
TSCHUMI Elizabeth 38 
TUCKER Tuckor 

Benjamin 135 
M>y 285 89 1 

Betsev B. 286 

Charles 195 

Elisabeth 2 
hraim 121 

Frances 195 

Gershom 121 

John 121 Ml 

Lucinda 286 

Lucy 282 

Lucy Jane 286 

M irv 121 

Rebecca 121 

Richard 218 

William 230 

Zoth 104 
TUCKER-GRIFFIN Lucy Jane 

TUCKERMAN Elisabeth 199 
Tuckor %ft Tucker 
TUEL Eleanor 22 4 

Elisabeth 884 
TUPPER George W.lliam 155 



V 






CXX1V 



Index of Persons 



TUKCZYNowicz Laura •!<■ 
Qosdaws Countfsa 7.H bvU 
TUKNHUI.L Hetty 321 

John i"><) 
TURNER Abraham 1 II 

Christiana 133 

Elisabeth 2 

( IcorK"' 222 

Harriet 274 

John 230 260 267 

I. <>id 00 

Marv 271 

Philip i is 

Rebeooa 217 

Resin 220 

Riohard 152 

Barab 223 262 

Susannah 22:1 

William 133 144 293 
TURTON Ann 268 

1 i.-Uler 225 

John 2o. r > 

Jo*»cy Harrison 219 

Lema 272 

Mary A. 144 

I heophilui 231 
TUTT J. C. xvii 
TUTTLE Ahre 191 

Elisabeth xiz 

Jessie (it'll XX 

Samuel I'M 
TWICHEL Joshua 104 
TWOMBLY Abigail 182 

Benjamin 310 

Bliaa 192 

Hannah 310 

James 188 201 202 310 

Lucy Stone 197 

Rebecca 310 

Susannah 310 

William H. 201 
TYLER Tvlor 

Bethia «.» 

Charlotte Eliza xli 

Christy 225 

Elizabeth 153 

George 230 

Grafton 2(V4 

Mary 278 

Mary Ann 136 

Miliccnt 135 

Nathan 216 

Priacilla 144 

Rachel 216 

Robert B. 143 

Robert Bradly 138 

Samuel 141 144 

Susannah 222 

Tobias 271 

William 264 

UDELL Jane 210 

Lionel 216 

Lois 216 

Marv 216 

Samuel 216 
UNDERWOOD Henry Oliver 
318 

John 150 

Surah 151 
UPDIKE Elizabeth 295 
UPHAM Abigail 189 192 

Emma Frances xix 

Gilman 189 192 

Susan 190 191 
UPTON Amelia 270 

Archibald 220 

Benjamin 186 188 

Betsey 188 

Catherine 187 
Eleanor 150 
Elizabeth 143 
George 135 
H. 188 
Keziah 137 



UPTON cont'd 
M 1 88 
Mazy 3 

Sarah 135 139 201 
Thomas 22 f 
William C. IKi 
URQUHART John 217 

VAIL Vaill 

Edwin Bishop 160 

M I) 100 

Theodore Newton 317 
Timothy N. 27 1 
VAN AU1CEN Eliza Randolph 

x I v 1 1 1 
VAN BENTHUSEN Elisabeth 

13 
VANDERBILTCornclius(Mra) 
31 <i 

VAN DER VEER Gersa 133 

John EL 133 

William H.-nry 133 
VAN HORN Amelia Beall 273 
VAN LAER A. J 1 101 
VAN PATTEN Nathan 128 
VAN RENSSELAER Stephen 

207 
VAN SYCKLE Raymond E. 

82 
VAN VORST Klisalieth 1 

John 133 

William B 133 
VARNA Amass 95 

Eliza 95 

Jarnes 95 

John 95 

Lucretia 95 

Margaret 95 

Mary 95 

Hubert 95 

William 95 
VARNEY 194 

Alice N. 51 

Alpheus 126 

Annua 46 

Amos 46 

Asa 51 

Benajah 46 

Comfort 46 

Davis 313 

Dorcaa Nichols 48 

Dorothy 313 

Ebenczer 125 313 

Klmira 51 

Eickiel 44 47 313 

Festus 51 

Hannah 51 

Huldah 45 49 313 

Isaac 45 51 

Isaiah 49 

Joaeph 48 51 200 

Joseph B 206 

Joshua 43 

Lydia 49 

Lvdia H. 51 

Margaret 313 

Mary 44 40 47 51 

Mary S. 51 

Mercy 44 

Miriam 45 

Moses 43 51 

Nathaniel 126 

Otis 314 

Patience 314 

Phebe E. 51 

Samuel 48 _ 

Sarah 46 4" 

Sarah Ann 194 

Shubael 46 

Temperance 48 

Thomas 45 4<> 

Timothv 51 127 

William 126 313 

Zaccheus 313 



VAUGHN V.rgii.ta 106 
Vratrh • I, 

VKA/KY . Veaiie 

Anna 7 I 

Eh 

Elisabeth 

1 ! 

Thomaa 60 u7 00 
VEIT« H 
Alexander 
Elii 

John M : 
Harh.-l 

VF.NAHI.F. Venablea Vinabill 
< 'aroline 277 

John . 

Margaret 260 

Theodore 225 
VENN John 168 
VENNARD Livmia 193 
VENNOR Eliza J I'M 
VERMILLION Vermilion Vir- 
million 

Benjamin 149 

Caleb 219 

I la 266 

Elisabeth 139 220 

Francis Burch 130 

Jacob 139 

John 1 

I Leonard 230 

I..M 278 

M irv 188 

Nancy Ann 232 
orn 224 

Penelope 143 

Priacilla 278 

William 135 
VERTESS Mary 232 
VICKLERY Caleb S. 216 

George 

George II .216 

George M 216 

George W. 216 

Mary 216 

Mason P. 216 

Nancy 216 

I rrvinsa 216 
VILTUM — Goody 64 
Vinabill see Vcnahle 
VINAL Leonard 185 
VINCENT Elizabeth 231 
VINTON Lurinda 37 
VIRMIER Jane 150 
Virmillion iff Vermillion 
VOLUME Edward I 
VONNOH Amasa A. 182 

Ambrose L. 182 

Ann Matilda 182 

Clara M. 182 

Junius E. 182 

LleweQa 182 

M irv Ann 182 

Olive J. 182 
Vorst van srt Van Vorst 
VOSE Emeline Brewer xlii 
VOWERS Jonathan 104 

WADE Angcline 216 
Ann Noble 
Arnold 216 
Arnold H. 216 
Benoni Hamilton 221 
Dely 218 
Eliza A. 216 
Elizabeth 142 
Frances 216 
George II. 216 
Hetta 153 
James W. 216 
Jeptha Homer 316 
Launcelot 146 
I>ettv 219 
Linny 220 



\ 



Index of Persons 



rxxv 



WADE cont'd 
Mark.-y 140 
Mary 210 
Mary Ann 281 

Patienoi 216 

patience s 2\c> 

Benuiton 2 1 8 
WADHAMS Minerva M 
WADLEY Widow 04 
WADSWORTH Elizabeth 7 9 

Joanna 8 9 

Joseph 9 

William 9 
WAGGONER Caroline 132 
Mary Jano 133 
Peter 133 
WAILES Ann 152 
Ann Pcrrie 262 
Benjamin 271 
Kdward Lloyd 138 
Kitty U. 220 
Levin 221 

Levin Covington 151 
Rebecca 153 
Samuel 143 
Sarah Perric 263 
WAILKS Susannah 226 
WAINE John 144 
WAITE Wait Weight 

299 

Abigail 294 296 299 300 304 

Alice 295 296 299 301 302 

Amy 298 

Ancillea 303 

Ann 299 

Benjamin 292 293 294 295 

296 298 299 300 303 301 
Beriafa 303 
Bridget 302 
Caleb 299 
Canada 294 
Catherine 299 
Damaris 299 
Daniel 302 
Deborah 298 299 
Dorcaa 300 
Edmund 303 
Eleanor 292 294 299 
Elizabeth 296 297 298 299 

301 302 303 
Elverton 303 • 
Eunice 301 
Ezra 304 

George 296 298 299 
Gideon 301 302 
Grace 302 

Hannah 292 294 297 
Henry 299 300 302 
Honor 303 
Jencks 298 303 
Jeremiah 292 293 294 295 297 

301 302 
Job 302 
John 293 294 296 297 298 300 

301 302 303 304 
John Caaaan 292 301 304 
Jonathan 299 300 
Joseph 292 293 294 296 297 

298 299 302 303 304 
Judith 298 
Keziah 296 297 
Lillis 297 
Lucretia 299 
Lucy 303 

Lvdia 301 302 303 
Margery 138 
Martha 292 293 294 296 299 

303 
Mary 292 294 295 296 297 

298 299 301 302 303 304 
Matthew 300 
Mehitable 296 
Mercy 297 304 
Meribah 296 301 
Nicholas 304 



waite cont'd 

Oliver .' 

Paine 209 

Patien 

Peleg :«oi 

Phebe 295 299 201 

Rebeoea 201 

Reuben 292 294 295 296 297 

29H 301 202 202 304 
R.if.id 201 302 
Kutl. 209 302 
Samuel 292 293 295 290 297 

298 299 3<K) 302 :n)3 
Sarah 292 294 295 297 298 

299 300 301 30 (04 
Stephen 291 296 2\»7 303 304 
Susannah 293 302 
Tabitha 294 301 
Thankful 302 204 
Theodate 302 

Thomas 291 292 293 . 
296 197 301 300 304 

Virtue 296 300 

William 292 299 300 301 303 
304 

Zera 304 
Walace see Wall 
Waleott tee Woleott 
WALDEGRAVE Elizabeth 27 

William 27 
WALDO Abicail 121 

Albigcnce 121 

Dame] 122 

Israel Putnam 122 

Joanna 1 15 

Jonathan 115 122 

Joseph W. 122 

Lewia 122 

Molly 122 

Sally 122 

Samuel 122 

Susannah 122 

Zechariah 121 122 
Walis see Wallace 
WALKER — Widow xxxviii 

Ann 151 

Anna 46 

Avery Skinner xxxviii 

H.njamin 136 224 

Benjamin N 218 

Benjamin Neill 149 

Betsey 196 200 

Catherine 221 

Daniel xxxviii 

Eliaha 154 

Elizabeth Ann 27S 

Elizal>eth B. 271 

Francis 23 1 

George 138 219 263 

Gideon xxxviii 

Grant 319 

Haniet 178 

Harriet J. 81 

Henry 139 279 

Hiram xxxviii 

Isaac 151 

Jesse xxxviii 

John M 231 263 

Joseph 138 

Joseph R. 318 

I^tty 227 

Mareen Duvall 147 

Murk 196 200 

Martha 144 

Mary 136 217 

Matilda 279 

May Cynthia xxvii xxxviii 

Meek? 230 

Meribah 46 

Nathan 266 

Nathaniel 40 

Philip xxxviii 

Potty 203 

Rachel 141 279 

Rebecca 264 



WALKER cont'd 

Richard I 10 I 10 -'-'I 

ii I H 
I' mhm ii i 

Ruth llrnll 200 

Sam.. 
Sarah 228 
tt> 199 
■annah 203 
Thomnt ! 

Zartianah 204 209 
WALL Wall. 
•■ 
nm 1 I I 

279 
Henry 279 
Jane D. 266 
Jeaae II I) 271 
John T. 278 
John Taylor 201 
Margaret B. 272 
Martha 153 
Martha Ann 207 
Mary 141 208 
Rebecca 141 
Rolrfrt Gordon 227 
-ih 148 

203 

Thomas 152 

W .l'. r 227 

William 140 262 
WALLACE Walacc Walia Wal- 

1m 
Cranmore Neamith xxviii liv 

lv 
Eleanor I>ec 232 
Eunice lv 
Harriot 263 
James 272 
Margaret 229 
Maria liv 
Miry Ann lv 
Michael 130 

ah 220 
Thomaa 31 I 
William 130 27 

William Vinson liv 
WALLING Henry V iliii 
WALLINGFORD W K lling.ford 

At.i. 

Alethia 22 

Amos 312 

Andrew 312 

Etx v 12 

Klixabcth 137 312 

Frances 309 

John 312 

Joseph 142 232 

Lucy 307 

Margaret 312 
ry 312 
-annah 141 

Thomaa 3 12 
Wallis see Wallace 
Walls see Wall 
WALTON Mollv 314 
WANGFORD Alice 19 

John 19 
WAR Ann 137 
WARD Artemaa 316 

Benjamin 144 

John 370 

John D 271 

Mary 292 
nuel 20 
rah 2S2 

Stephen B 268 

Thomas 295 

Wilham 2 
WARDWELL Henry Fitch 236 
WARE Nathan 185 

ah 136 
WARFIELD Elizabeth 141 

John 14o 

Louisa Victoria 273 



v 



t'XXVl 



Index of f'rrsons 



WARING Ann 137 
Catherine 204 
Edward Gantt 204 
Eleanor 224 277 
Elite 275 
Elisabeth in Ms 
Bather 231 
Francii 269 
Henrietta P. 278 
Henry 229 
James 147 
Jane 21 S 

John 227 275 

Marcus S. 218 
Margery 137 
M.iry 231 
Mary Ann 277 
Priseilla 204 
Richard M. 271 

Thomas 219 

WARMAN Benjamin 137 
Edmund 149 

Frances Hanatcp 144 

John 27 30 

Sarah 27 30 
WARNER Aaron 10 

Andrew 9 I 1 

Eliaabeth D. 42 

Harriet M. 42 
John 122 

Lucien Calvin 241 
Lydia l'i 
Mary 42 222 294 
Overton C. 26! 
Rachel 122 
Roswell 42 

Baraue) 122 
WARNEY Henry 219 
WARREN Benjamin 311 

Eliaabeth 9 311 

Francis 31 1 

Gideon 127 

Hannah 127 

John 319 

Joseph 31 1 

Love 311 

Lucy 234 

Mary 311 

Mehitablc 311 

Melinda 104 

Mercv 31 1 

Molly 310 311 

Moses 311 

Nathan 234 

Patsy 223 

Peter 311 

Richard xxxiv xlviii 

Samuel 31 1 

Sarah 311 

Thomas 311 

William 311 
WARRENFORD Joseph 227 
WASGATT Cornelius 283 

Davis 281 

Rachel 281 
WASHINGTON George 85 

Nathaniel 152 
WATERHOUSE Laura Kitt- 

rcdue 289 
WATERS Abraham 155 156 

Ann 209 

Annie Maria 278 

Arianna 271 

Betsey 16G 

Cassandia 144 

Elisabeth 141 149 

Flavilla 204 

Harriet 272 

Henry 143 

Hcnrv C 271 

Henry FitaGUbeti 19 21 319 

Horace 103 

Jacob 4 2 

Jacob Franklin 223 

Jane 148 



WATERS cont'd 
Jemima 2 1 1 

John 1"! 264 
Jotw'ph 137 

I wry 271 

Margaret 271 278 

Margaret J 109 

Martha l.W 

Mary 42 138 143 IV, I',., -.".2 

Mine 222 

Nancy 101 170 

Rachel I )r 1;.. r 1 '•■■ 

Richard 142 205 279 

Ruth 101 185 
Ruth A. 102 
Samuel 102 
Sarah 100 
Stephen 218 

Buasa (J. 160 

Simannah 14 t 

Thomas JnnrH 148 
WATHEN Catherine 147 
WATKINS Eliaabeth 219 223 

( laasaway 144 

Lucy li. 272 

Margaret 147 

Maria 276 

Nancy 222 

Stephen H I 

Thomas 135 138 

Walter Kendall 78 156 240 
vii 
WATKINSON Harriet 15 
WATSON Alexander 220 

Ann 219 220 203 272 273 

Benjamin 204 274 

Rethia 9 

Catherine 140 

Charlotte 191 

Cornelius 153 263 

Klxmcxer 7 9 

F.lisabeth 7 9 10 19 M ISO 

220 228 271 
Eunice 10 
Fielder 272 
Hannah 7 9 10 
Hesekiah 200 271 
Isaac 147 

James 10 133 139 220 270 271 
Jane 151 

John 9 19 20 29 150 27 1 
Joshua 273 

Joaiaa W. 207 

Leonard 153 
Levin 146 
Mary 103 271 

Mary Ann 279 
Philip C. 275 
Philip Cooksey 273 
Priscilla 275 
Rebecca 141 229 

Richard 140 

Richard W. 271 

Robert 11 270 

Roxana 13 I 

Bally 133 

Borah 139 149 

Susannah 138 139 271 

Thomas 14 1 

Virlinda 153 

Walter 138 144 

William 141 144 218 201 

William C 275 
WATT James 245 
WADGH John 217 
WEAR Wirrs 

James 134 

Ralph 33 
WEAVER Arramina 219 

Mary 153 
rah 225 

William 142 
WEBB Aquila 2 

Elisabeth 134 139 

James - 



WEBB cont'd 

Lilli* I 

M»r«arrt 219 
Martha 217 

Nathan 

Ham n I 2 1 1 

Sarah 143 203 
WEBER Kathanna 33 
WEBSTER Abraham 9 

Abraham Seymour 9 

Adeline C 4 i 

Idella J ; 

MeVll 12 

Charlotte 271 

( hrintian 151 

Daniel 9 12 

Dolly 9 

Dor., thy 9 

Elisabeth 221 264 270 276 

telle R. 42 

mice 9 

< lardncff 43 

( ieortfe 27 ! 

Henrietta 278 

Ida A. 35 

James 274 277 

Jennie E. 43 

John 9 12 43 145 

Joseph 42 43 

Lydia 12 

Martha 43 

Martha M. 43 

Mary 2 

Mary A. 194 

Miry Ann 152 270 

Mercy 9 

Milly 27 1 

Miriam 12 

Noah 12 

Pamela 278 

Philip . 

Philip Levin 217 

Rachel 9 

Richard 43 194 

Robert 9 12 

Roxana J. 42 43 

Sarah 144 
iphia 9 

Thankful 12 

Thomas 232 

Tillv 2 72 

William 153 2:7 
haniah 12 220 
WECKIN Nathaniel 149 
WEDDERAL John 147 
WEDGE William 278 
WEEDON Weeden 



El 



eanor 



m 



Henry 222 
Jane 141 
Nathaniel 219 I 
Re!>ecca 263 
WEEKS Abigail 90 91 200 
Alden 89 
Alphonso 1 M 
Ambrose 17'. 
Ambrose C. 91 
Anjtella 175 
Annabel 178 
Asrenath 91 
Aurelia A. 185 
Rasinah 91 
Benjamin 90 
Caroline 185 
Chester M 178 
Comfort 191 
Cora 178 
Daniel 90 91 174 
Daniel H 
Daniel M 177 
David 90 
Edward 95 
F.lbcrt 89 
Eleanor 89 91 



Index of PerfOflJ 



cxxvn 



WEEKS ooot'd 
Eliza 174 
Eliiabeth I7fl 

I'll viui 17C 

Ephraim '.to 9."> 
liniKt.iH V 174 
Erastui 0. 186 
Eunice 174 
Ft— nun 01 

George. 90 
Ceorgo I' - 17s 
< o-orgia 1K1 

Hannah 82 1 74 177 i- 
Harriet 178 
Hattie w 178 
Horaoa '.n 

Iru 88 

Jackson '.) 1 

Jniix-H 17<> 

Jane 91 M 109 175 

Jeruehe a. 1S5 

John 88 '•»() 91 
John A. 81 
Join. T. 90 
Jones C) 177 
Jos.pl, 90 91 17. r > 
Joshua 200 
Leander I7. r > 181 
Lenora I7ti 
Lot 80 I7i; 
I..»t M 174 
Luoinda 178 
Lucv A is:, 
Lvdia 91 

Margaret 175 177 192 
Margery 1 
Mark 80 

Mark L. 91 
M:irk M. 80 

Martha 81 177 

Martha C. 178 

Martha J. 91 

Murv 90 181 
Mary J. 1S1 
Mary O. 90 
Mvrick L. 91 178 
Nabby 88 

Nancy 80 88 187 200 
Nancy E. 91 
Nathaniel 176 
Otis T. 80 

Petty 91 

Rachel 91 175 
Rachel M. 175 

Rebecca S'.l 

Ruth 80 '.»i 
Ruthannah 175 
Belly 90 174 
Samuel P. 90 
Sarah 89 91 185 
Sewil 95 
Simpson 177 
Stcnson 92 
Suky 95 
Thaddeui 91 
Thankful 80 
Thankful P. 90 
Thomas 90 
Thoraai W. 90 
Walter 67 71 7G 
Warren 90 
Washington 90 
William 82 
William P. xxxix 
Winthrop 92 
WEEMS Amelia Margaret 867 

James William Loch 147 

Margaret H. 203 

Mary M. 267 

Wilhelmina 223 

William L. 269 
WEIDER Catherine 147 
Weight set Waite 
Weiahtman stt Wightman 
WEIL August (Mrs.) li 



WEIL OOBt'd 
Emma li 

WELCH W. 

' in.liiii- 194 
I » | 1 u 

Deborah 180 

Eleanor Ji','» 

Eliiabeth 140 J J J 

I. v<lin Arm l'.t.'i 
Mi-lvm l'.t.'i 
Nathaniel I M 

Riehard in jit 

Samuel 23 1 
WELD Hart I v 122 

Htil.lah 1 It) 

John 110 122 
Wellen w Wellina 
Wellei r*f Wella 
WELLING Eliaaheth 271 
WELLINS Wellen 

Eleanor 876 

William 217 
WELLMAN Arthur Holbrook 
160 v x xi 

Joshua Wyman 160 

Thomaa 100 

WELLS Wellei 
Abigail 13 11 
Aurelia 7 
Bridget 150 
Caleb 104 
Ebeneaer 283 294 
Eleanor 219 
Eliiabeth 14 1 144 277 
Elmira 216 
PraneM i"i 
George m 271 

James 219 
Jeremiah 276 
John 14 133 278 
Joseph 141 147 
Lvdia 13 

Margaret 141 222 
Martha 147 
Martin 14:1 225 
Mary 13.'> 141 . 
Melancton Woolsey 14 
Nancy 12 

Nathan 145 224 270 
Rachel 14 141 . 
Rebecca 188 
B imuel 138 

Barafa 138 262 

Susannah 136 220 
Thomas 148 
Timothy 13 
VirliiuL-i A 2tiG 
Walter 226 
Whitman 216 
William i:<9 151 217 271 
Zedok 219 

Welsh $€« Welch 

WELTON Deborah 16 

John lii 

Levi 16 

Lvdia lf"> 

Men lii 

Molly 16 

Riehard 16 

Stephen 16 
WENTEIELD Mary Ann 140 
WENTWORTH Abigail 238 
300 3 1 1 

Abra 3 1 2 

Amaxiah 307 

Andrew 312 

Benjamin 310 312 

R-ettv 310 

Daniel 309 3 lu 

Deborah 309 

Dorothv 309 

Drieoo 310 

Elizabeth 310 312 

Enoch 307 

Ephraim 309 



WKNTWOKTlf cont'd 
I /an* 310 

I /•ki.-l 306 

I : HO 

rahom t<ft 310 
Hannah I'M 310 
Henry 
I*a 
Ja< 

Jamra 309 
Joanna 112 
John J lii 

aathaa 809 309 
Joarph :il<) 
Joahua 

liah 307 

di 810 
Lydia 310 

Mark 310 318 

07 310818 

OCh 309 

Pat 

Pi .1 309 312 
Pbtneei <09 

l : i • ■ ■ 

dly 310 
Samuel '7 309 312 

Sarah 282 307 10 

Shippin 310 
• tnnah 31 1 
Ivanua 310 

Thomaa Millet 312 

Tobias 309 

u iiham 238 310 

WERT Harbin 151 
WEST Abigail 99 

Arthur IV U -'7'. 

Arthur Pue 1' 

Catherine 142 

Eleanor 270 

r^e M 
Harriot B. 
Joan 31 
Rachel Sophia 
Ren. lay 37 

William 31 
WESTCOTT Weatcot Weeteote 
Freelove 320 
Jal>ex 

Jeremiah 320 
Martha 320 321 

Mehitabls 320 

Samuel 820 

Stukelt 
WESTON Robert Diekaoo rii 

xvi 
WETHERELL Albigence : 

Elbe i. 

Mary I 

William L. 122 
WEYMOUTH Elizabeth 315 
WHARTON 
WHEAT Ann 2 

Elizabeth 230 

Erann-. I.M 

Jeaae 2 

John 228 

Jonathan I 

Joaeph 153 

Linnev 149 

Mary - 

Noah -' 

PrieeiUe -'■ 

Rezin 2 

Sarah 150 

harish 141 
WHEATLY Ann 2J4 

Elizabeth Sarah 227 
rge 224 
WHBATOrl B* tsey 

Candare 1 ..' 

Horatio G 

James 

Marshall III 

Nancy 122 



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Index of Persons 



WHEATON cont'd 
Barafa 123 
Beth 8 122 

WHEELER Ann 111 

A • 1 1 1 1 1 >i 135 

Benjamin F. 123 
Betsey 199 

K.lwar.l I If. 
Eleanor 139 

Elisabeth 151 

Heater Ann 194 
I loraee Lea lie xx 

JfiiiikiriK 203 

Ignatiua 2IH 204 
Jacob 147 148 
Jamea L. 201 
Jane 296 
Jemima 139 
John 154 
John H. 123 
Joseph 1J."> 1 '.»'.) 
taonard 223 
Nelly 232 
Peter 104 
Roger 20 
Royal P. 104 
Samuel 139 142 
Sarah 208 
Susannah 140 201 
WHEELWRIGHT John 30 
WHEREN Margaret 193 
Whetaker see Whitakcr 
WHIDDEN Elizabeth 189 
Elisabeth A. 190 193 
Frank L. 189 
Hannah 202 200 
Ira 190 
James 199 
Joseph 189 202 204 
Joseph W. 190 193 
Mary A. 192 
Samuel 200 
Sarah 20G 
WHIPPLE Jacob 157 
WHITAKER Whetaker 
Ann Eleanor 228 
Elizabeth 218 
Emma Louise lix 
George Washington 228 
Helen Augusta lix 
William lix 
WHITCOMB Almira 192 
WHITE Whvte 
Allen 140 
Andrew 237 

Andrew Dickson 237 xxvii lx 
Ann 130 
Ariana 219 
Asa 237 lxi 
Betsey 123 
Betty 43 123 
Charles 134 
Clara lx 
Ebenezer 43 
Elizabeth 141 222 
Emma F. 43 
Fcilder 142 
George 123 

George Luther (Mrs.) 317 
Gracie 43 
Harriet xlv 
Hattie 43 
Helen lxii 
Horace 237 lx 
James 141 
James J. 43 
Jane 138 
Jesse 231 
John 139 237 278 
John Barber vii 
John M. 222 
Jonathan 145 
Joseph Harvey vi 
Joseph L. 43 
Josiah 104 



WHITE oont'd 
Martha 192 
Mary 43 I ■'•« 106 ! 

Mary A I in 
Mary Ann 277 
Matilda -'• 
Nsthaiin-1 13 

Nathaniel Right 03 
Nicholas 237 

Onborn l.M 230 

Peregrins 237 lxi 
Philip 237 
Richard -'-'» 
Hamiinl 123 
Samuel H 140 

Sarah 13 228 
Tabitha 232 

Thomas 128 

Thomas C 267 

Walter 150 

William 1 13 I 
Windsor T. 310 

WHITEHOUSE Abigail 101 
B.-tty 306 
Daniel 98 101 300 
Ebeneser 306 
Elisabeth 101 300 
Enoch 300 
Experience 89 101 
George 98 101 
Hannah 98 
James 101 170 
John 98 101 
Margaret m 

Martha B9 
Mary 176 

Marv Jaclvson 182 

Richard 300 

Sally 176 

Samuel 98 101 

Sarah 101 

Stephen 101 

Thoma> 1 > 
Whiten see Whitten 
WHITFIELD Frances 245 

John R 248 

Louise 2 IS 
WHITFORD Melissa 211 
WHITHAM Elsie 166 

Joseph 165 

Josiah 166 

I. villa 166 

Bally 166 

Sarah lfi5 166 
WHITING Whitin 

Anna 1 1 

Arthur Fletcher 3 17 

Rel>ecca 144 
WHITMAN Amos 234 

Amos A. 234 

Emirs 2 1 1 

Harriet 23 1 

Lucy 13 

Sally A. 234 

Susan M 234 

Wealthy 234 

Wealthy M. 234 

William 13 

Zena i 234 
WHITMORE Whittemore 

Amos 3 4 

Elisabeth 137 

Humphrey 217 
Mary 3 
Rebecca 3 
WHITNEY Alice xxxvhi 
Alice Emms xxxviii 
Ann 221 

Arthur Eastman xxvii xxxvii 
Asa xxxvii 
Clara Mehila 1 vi 
Daniel xxxvu 
Eliza Ann ! 
Elizabeth 8 I 
Esther Maria xxxvii 



WHITNEY cont'd 

<;«v,r/«- hraatua (Mn ) 319 

Gill 

Hannal 

Harold Trca<lwr|| sxiviil 

Harry Payne 

Iirn.1 

foal xxxs ii 

J • »*-i Maratoa auvifl 

John xixvn 1 vi 
J.iiia*" Ivi 
Jonathan xxx . n 

Matilda J. 200 
MoMI In 

Nuthan lvi 

Payne 318 

Richard Ivi 

Robert I letcher xxxviii 

Salmon lvi 

Sibvlls M 

William Dwight xxxvii 

Winohceter 286 
Whittemore tee Whitrnore 
WHITTEN Whiten 

I rank B *2 160 

Rachel 141 
WHITTIER Anne Pierce hi 
WHITTLE Francia MeN xxxv 
Whyte see White 
Wiera see Wesr 
Wiett •"• Wystt 

Wit - , Elizabeth 151 
WIG FIELD Mary 144 
Robert 261 

WIGGIN Wiggins 

— Capt. OK 

— Widow 64 
A. E. 195 
Aaron 76 
Abigail C. 206 
Andrew 64 06 73 
Ass 74 
Bartlct 7] 
Betsey 74 
Chsee 67 70 
David OS 70 74 76 
Dolly 191 
Dorothy 74 
Elizabeth S. 8. 199 
Hannah 70 
James 75 

James W. 75 

Jewett 73 

Jo 72 

Jonathan 65 73 

Joseph 06 199 204 

Levi 75 

Mark 65 75 

Martha 70 

Mary F. 195 

Xabby 7 \ 

Nathaniel 64 05 60 71 74 76 

Richard 64 76 

8smuel 67 88 71 

Sarah 71 

Shadrach 75 

Simon 73 76 

Stephen 70 72 75 

Susie 69 

Thomss 69 70 72 76 206 

Tuftin 64 66 73 

Walter 64 71 

WIGHT W.ghtt 

Ann 148 

Isle of 143 

John 147 
WIG HTM AN Weightmsn 

Alice 295 

Dsmsris 298 299 

Daniel 299 

Elitabeth 295 298 299 

George 29"> 299 

John 271 296 299 



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WIGHTMAN cont'd 

MurtfiH 106 
WIGNOLD Mnry 27 
WILBURN Robert 224 

Sarah 223 
WILCOX Rarjonaa 207 

Daniel 202 

Elisabeth 297 

Jeremiah KM 

Sally 2 Hi 

Hi moon 104 

WilliKMI 21(1 

WILCOXON Wilcoxcn 

Ann 140 

Eliiabeth 147 

Jesse 228 

Levin 188 

Margaret l'.M 

Mary Ann 270 

Nancy 229 

Sarah 2(19 

Thomas 140 

Virlinda 147 
WILDE Albion Dyer xliii 

Charlotte xliii 
WILDER Edward Raker xlvii 

Ephraim xlvi 

Grace Sherwin xlvii 

Marshall Binckncy xlvi 

Nancy Jewett xxviii xlvi 

Nathaniel xlvi 

Samuel Ixjcke xlvi 

Thomas xlvi 

Tryphosa xlvi 
WILES George 185 

Robert Hall (Mm.) 162 
WILEY Wylie 

Ann 222 

Caroline 210 

John 188 

Nathaniel 210 

Nathaniel S. 210 
WILKIE George 133 

Sally 133 
WILK'INS Mary 231 
WILKINSON Isaac 133 

Isabella 133 

John 133 

Milly Ann 208 
WILLARD Augustus 241 

Hannah 123 

Joseph lxviii 

Luvia M. 319 
WILLETT Alletta 133 

Amelia 150 

Ann 140 

Christian 138 

Edward 203 270 

Elizabeth 223 

Mary 137 141 147 

Ninean 230 

Priscilla 147 

Rachel 142 224 

Salome 142 

Samuel 144 

Sarah 219 271 

Susannah 143 

Tabitha 220 

William 209 
WILLEY Nancy 198 

Temperance 72 

Zebulun 190 
WILLIAMS Abigail 123 124 

Abijah 123 

Abraham 219 

Ann 222 

Annia C. 43 

Barbara 147 

Boadiec see Vodice 
Boadina sft Vodice 
Calvert 154 2 IS 
Caroline 123 
Cave 149 
Cheater 123 
Colmore 274 



WILLIAMS ooot'd 
David 123 
Dennii M 
Ebenesei 12 i 124 
Eleanoi 152 
Eliaha M I I 
Elisa 123 

i. hi* t. r, 

Elisabeth 3 123 218 220 . 
Elisabeth P 13 
Emma 11 123 
Eunice 123 
Frances i ■ 
i rederiea 1 23 

( lasjM-r 1 23 
George 123 121 

( leorge W. 229 
Hannah 188 
Henry Edward 188 

Humphrey 2 IS 
Isaac 123 

Jaa&ai 18 17 

Jane 139 
Jerusha 123 124 
Job 121 128 

John SI 123 124 

John F. 141 

Julia Ann 1 13 

Laura Lucretia xxvii lxv 

I,clburn 142 

I.uke 121 

Margaret 228 

Man .il II _'7 1 

Martha 124 

Mnry 128 124 270 878 

Mary Ann 3N 

Mary I). 124 

Mary lane 124 
Mary W. 121 
Mehitabfci 124 

Miranda 10 17 
Moses lxv 
Nancy D. 124 
Nehemiah 123 121 
Olive 124 
Osboro 148 
Penelope 124 
Polly 128 

Rachel 148 
Kel>ecca 205 
Rebecca V. 272 
Richard H. 235 
Robert 121 lxv 
Roger 31 1»'»0 xvii lix 
Ruth Ann 270 
Samuel 17 
Sarah 128 1241 
Sarah R. 27 1 
Sarah W. 109 
Susan 124 
Thomas 109 
Virlinda 152 
Vodice 17 
W.arham 124 
Wat-ham S 124 

Warrea 1 13 

William 154 888 

Zephaniah 124 
WILLIAMSON Stephen 20 
WILLIS Willice Willys 

James 43 

John North 318 

John Willey xx 

Jonathan 43 

Bally 4:i 

William 138 
WILLISTON 281 

Behrin Thomas 270 

.Tames Richards 3'iS 

Bally 283 
WILLS John 150 

Mahals 866 
Willaon sff Wilson 
Willys set Willis 
WILSON Willson 



WILSON r„ u \. .1 
A II . 

Ann III 221 228 280 275 
Ann I hekiwiii 145 
Anna . 
Aouila 1 6 i 
Rarnal>an 1 18 
Basil 137 

Iherinc 194 

Charl. 
Oiloe 148 

Clement l 

CI Ghloe 

d.rth 137 143 149 153 
228 205 206 270 
Franets I 

I r. .Idle I. 4:j 

George 229 
Hannah 43 

Henry 278 

Hilleary 209 

Jacob 43 

James 223 260 

James B. 272 

James C. 141 

Janet 2 

John 219 229 

John H 142 

John S 206 

Joseph 135 147 217 219 

Joaiah 150 263 272 

Launeolot 153 

I^thea 277 

I^tta 229 

Louisa R. 43 

Lucy 229 264 

Margaret J 878 

Margery 130 281 

Martha 1 

Mary 137 223 220 267 
Nathaniel 1.(7 142 
Norando 140 
Priscilla 222 
Rebecca 136 

Samuel T. 232 

Samuel Taylor 220 

Sarah 188 138 145 147 

Sophia 271 

Susannah 226 205 272 271 

Thomas 143 

William 1.15 138 141 226 

Wdlism Hall 888 

William J. 43 
WINCHELL Winchel 

Charity 43 

Mary 40 

Oliver 43 
WINCHESTER Samuel 218 
WINCLAR John E .III 
WINDER < 
WINDSOR Ignatius 2 

Luke 222 
WINFIELD Jonas 14*0 

tan 277 
WIN GATE Joshua 73 75 

William 75 
WINKLER Mary 27.", 
W1NKLEY Jamea 200 
WINSETT Mary 225 
WINSEY Esther 286 291 
WINSHIP Charles Newell 318 
W1NSLOW Josiah . 

Ruth 171 
WINSOR Isnatiua 154 
W1NTHROP Adam 239 

Eliiabeth 238 

Henry Rogers 318 

John 2 

William 238 
WIRT Christian 153 

Henry 219 

Thomas 27"> 
WISE Andrew 216 

Carrie 210 

Christina 210 



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WISE cont'd 
Oeorgs 216 225 

Mary 216 

Thorns i 148 
WISNKH Maria 133 
WISWALI, Clarence Augustus 

SI 
WITHAM Will 
Mr 20 

Elisabeth 184 

Joseph ItJS 

Lorinda I B i 

Sa rah 1 65 
withkkhee Prank Bpepeet 

(Mrs.) 316 
u nt de m I).- Witt 
\Vitt;iiu set Witham 
WOLCOTT Walcott 

Arthur Stuart :t 1 *J 

Henry 322 

l{<n'<r xxxvii 
WOLFE Elisabeth 296 
WOOD — Dr. 65 

Alesoi 272 

Ann 139 I4f> 
Arvin 2 16 

B irbara 231 

Elisabeth 1 IC 268 
( leorge T. 2Gfl 
Hannah 137 
Helen M. 43 
James G 224 
James ( Serard 2<i2 
Jans 263 

John Thomas 225 
Leonard Ml 
Luther 104 
Margaret 1 14 
Mary 13 272 

Nathan 216 

Orlando G. 216 

Pal ience 2 16 

Peter 21 7 

Susannah ISO 

Susannah ( '■ 265 

Thomas 1 12 1 is 

Traosy 1 16 

Weighty 216 

William 139 27 1 

William L. 43 
Woodard i*i Woodward 
WOODF1ELD Diana 222 
WOODFORD Sii.s;ihm:iii 15 18 
WOOD HOUSE Constance 236 
237 

Thankful 13 

William 237 
WOODMAN — Mr.-. 204 

Elisabeth 204 

John 295 

Nicholas P. 204 
WOODS Henry Ernest 161 
WOODSOMEC! ira Willms xx 
WOODVILLE William 278 
WOODWARD Woodard 

Abraham 263 

Ambrose 1> 

Bennett 136 

Cassandra 27 1 

Drusilla 223 

Eunice 16 

Frank. Ernest v vii xi 

Isaac 103 104 

John 221 

Joseph 104 

Josiah 104 



WOODWARD cont'd 

Margaret 1 17 

P trot 

S top hi n 117 

Thomas 1 19 

William -".1 
WOOl.GHEKN Widoe I '-7 
wool. 1 BY Relief Willard sliii 
WOOTTON Mary Mackall 
227 

1 urnei 21s 

v. illinni 2 

William T -'71 
WORCESTER Wuuatrr 

Edward 318 

Margnrot 135 
WORKS \t.;, a 1: th : 

John C 194 

WORNAI.D Ann i 

Henry I 18 
WORRALD Sarah 1 12 
WORRAI.I. William 261 
WORROVILL Eliaabetfa 270 
WORTHINGTON Ann 2i 

Jans M :.'7s 

William 1 12 
Wouster tee Worcester 
WRIGHT Right Wrightt 

240 

\.u mi xliv 

Albert J 171 
Alfred Parks xlv 
Alice 171 
Alios Lincoln xlv 
Ann 217 
Arlette 174 
Arietta II 171 
Benjamin 104 xliv 
Elisabeth 224 
Ellsworth xliv xlv 
Emily 171 182 
('.' <\& 

Henry Hurt xlv 

Henry Parks xxviii xliii xliv 

slv 
James 221 240 
John 152 
John Watson 218 
Joseph 1 19 171 
Joseph C 171 

ah 171 
Lee is 1 7 1 
I.inny 229 

M irtha Elisabeth xlv 
Mary 1 12 
Mary 8 174 

Nathaniel . 

Otis! tlney 81 
Parks xlin xliv 

Rebecca 2! 

Relief Willard sliii 
Remembrance xliv 
Reub en 174 
Richard 277 

!!y 166 
Samuel Mo xliv 

B .r ah B 171 

hi 171 1 7."i 
Thomas 240 
robins Alexander 81 
Washington 17 1 
WRIGHTINGTON George 207 
Mercy ! 
286 
Wrightt itt Wright 
WRISTON Eleanor 276 



WVATT W.rtl 
Willis 

WYi.III ' .,.,, (Mrs | M: 

\S vl ■ 

WYM William . 

WYNN \\ % 

Elisabeth 152 
Ifesekiah I <•> 

John 1 
Lucy Ann I 

I'.i,.-. Mm Ann 1 

William 138 

YATES ttsnbsti 171 
Jam- Bruce 230 
Joseph I 1 1 

JoiM-i.l. I 

Martin 

M iry : 

Rebecca 231 
YEARLEY Benjamin 148 
YEATON Andrew 313 

• nexer 3 1 1 
Eh*al>eth 313 
Ez| 511 

Francis .11 1 

J iha :n:i 

Jonhua 313 
Mary 813 
Moses 31 1 

X ah urn 312 
Paul 313 
Philip 313 

113 
Samuel 31 1 
Theodore 312 
YOST Henry 231 
YOUNG Youngs 
;i;t;.sta 177 
Djamin 90 
Charity 274 
Charles 221 
D ivid 1 16 
Deborah 1 1 2_'i 

1 iwjir.l 177 
Elisa 266 
Elisabeth I 
Ellen M 272 

Hannah 90 177 

I! mnah Hond 

H.:,r\ 63 231 

Icnatius F. 2G8 

J.ine L'77 

Jane Joan Greentild 218 

John Ward 261 

John-*, m 9Q 

Let! 

Martha <.' 288 

n 1 12 
Molly 68 
N iney 37 18-i 

Nancy C 173 

Richard 270 

Ruth I 17 

B imiirl 13 • 

Sai ih 9 I 222 

»h Eleanor 151 

Susannah 90 93 

William 177 
YOUNGER Gilbert III 
Youngs stt Younc 



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PRICE LIST, 1919 



THE REGISTER 

The New England Historical and Gene- 
alogical Register, established in 1817 and 
published quarterly, in January, April, 
July, and October. Each number contains 
eighty or more octavo pages of valuable 
and interesting matter concerning the 
History, Antiquities, Genealogy, and 
Biography of America, printed on dura- 
ble paj>er made especially for the Society, 
with an engraved portrait. Complete in- 
dexes to each volume have hitherto been 
printed in the October number, but will 
hereafter appear with the January num- 
ber of the following year. Subscription, 
$5.00 per year in advance, commencing in 
January. Current single numbers, $1.00. 
Supplement to April number, $1.00. Prices 
of complete sets, odd volumes, and single 
numbers quoted on application. Unobjec- 
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Consolidated Index of the New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register, Vols. 
1-50. Index of Persons (A to Z), Index of 
Subjects, and Index of Places. Price for 
the complete work, bound in cloth, 4 vols., 
$100. 

The Register with its Consolidated 
Index is indispensable to family historians, 
genealogists, and all persons seeking in- 
formation about American families. The 
number of complete sets in existence is 
limited, "and their value is constantly 
increasing. 

ENGLISH RESEARCH 

Genealogical Gleanings in England, by» 
Henry FitzGilbert Waters, A.M. These 
Gleanings abound in clues, which, if prop- 
erly followed up, will enable the geneal- 
ogist to pursue in the mother country 
investigations which without such aid 
would be practically impossible. 2 vols., 
1643 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Abstracts of Wills in the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury, at Somerset House, 
London, England. Register Soame, 1620. 
The volume contains, in 607 pages, 1366 
wills, comprising about 40,000 names of 
persons and over 10,000 names of places. 

16.00 
Emigrants. Emigrants from England, 

1773-1776. 1913. 206 pages. $4.00 
Emigrants. List of Emigrants to America 

from Liverpool, 1697-1707. 1913. 



Research in England. An essay to aid the 
student. Lea. 1905. 36 pages. $1.00 

VITAL RECORDS 

Massachusetts Vital Records. The 
Births, Marriages, and Deaths recorded in 
towns id Massachusetts, from their found- 
ing to the year 1850, taken from the 
original records of the town, arranged in 
alphabetical order, printed on paper made 
especially for the Society, and bound in 
cloth. These books are most useful to 
those seeking genealogical information 
about ancestors who lived in these towns. 

I'uUishcd by the N. E. Hist. Gen. Society: 

Abington, 1912. 2 vols., 632 pages. $S . 00 

Alford, 1902. 32 pages. .75 

Arlington, 1904. 162 pages. 2.25 

Becket, 1903. 98 pages. 1.25 

Bedford, 1903. 142 pages. 1.75 

Bellingham, 1904. 222 pages. 2.75 

Billerica, 1908. 405 pages. 5.25 
Bridgewatcr, 1916. 2 vols., 948 pagcs.12.00 

Brockton, 1911. 371 pages. 4.75 

Carver, 1911. 179 pages. 2.25 

Charlemont, 1917. 166 pages. 2.25 

Chester, 1911. 255 pages. 3.25 

Chilmark, 1904. 96 pages. 1.25 

Dalton, 1906. 82 pages. 1.25 

Dover, 1 90S. 107 pages. 1.50 

Dracut, 1907. 302 pages. 4.00 

Duxbury, 1911. 446 pages. 5.75 
E. Bridgewatcr, 1917. 406 pages. 5.25 

Edgartown, 1906. 276 pages. 3.50 

Foxborough, 1911. 249 pages. 8.26 

Gill, 1904. 97 pane. 125 

Granville, 1914. 236 pages. 3.00 

Gr. Barrington, 1904. 89 pages. 1.25 

Greenfield, 1915. 299 pages. 3.75 

Hanson, 1911. 110 pages. 1.50 

Heath, 1915. 142 pages. 1.75 

Hinsdale, 1902. 98 pages. 1.25 

Holliston, 1908. 358 pages. 4.50 

Hopkinton, 1911. 462 pages. 6.00 

Kingston, 1911. 396 pages. 5.00 

Lee, 1903. 239 pages. 3.00 

Lincoln, 1908. 179 pages. 2.25 

Medlield, 1903. 243 pages. 3.25 

Medford, 1907. 469 pages. 6.00 

Mcdwav, 1905. 345 pages. 4.50 

Middlefield, 1907. 138 pages. 1.75 

Montgomery, 1902. 66 pages. 1.50 

New Ashford, 1916. 43 pages. 1.00 

New Braintree, 1904. 163 pages. 2.29 

Newton, 1905. 521 pages. 6.50 

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Pelham, 1902. 177 pages. $2 

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Peru, 1902, 112 pages. 1.60 

Richmond, 1913. 113 pages. 1.50 
Rochester, 1914. 2 vols., 70S pages. 9.75 

Scituate, 1909. 2 vols., 909 pages. 11 .50 

Shirley, 1918. 211 pages. 2.75 

Stow, 1911. 270 pages. 3.50 

Sturbridge, 1900. 393 pages. 5.00 

Sudbury, 1903. 332 pages. 4.25 

Tisbury, 1910. 244 pages. 3.25 

Tyringhnm, 1903. 108 pages. 1.50 

Walpole, 1902. 210 pages. 2.75 

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Washington, 1904. 57 pages. .75 

Wayland, 1910. 160 pages. 2.25 

W. Bridgewater, 1911. 222 pages. 3.00 

W. Stockbridge, 1907. 115 pages. 1 .50 

Wcstport, 1918. 296 pages. 3.75 
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Williamstown, 1907. 173 pages. 2.25 

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Worthington/1911. 159 pages. 2.00 
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Framingham, 1911. 474 pages. 0.00 

Hull, 1911. 75 pages. 1.25 

Natick, 1910. 249 pages. 3.25 

Northbridge, 1910. 202 pages. 3.00 

Reading, 1912. 580 pages. 7.00 

Sherborn, 1911. 229 pages. 3.00 

Uxbridge, 1910. 420 pages. 5.50 

Wakefield, 1912. 341 pages. 4.50 

Wrentham, 1910. Vol. 1 (Births) 

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Beverly, 1900 and 1907. 2 vols., 

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Boxford, 1905. 274 pages. 3.00 

Bradford, 1907. 373 pages. 4.00 

Haverhill, 1910 and 1911. 2 vols., 

827 pages. 8.75 

Methuen, 1909. 345 pages. 3.75 

Middleton, 1904. 143 pages. 1.00 

Salisbury, 1915. 030 pages. 7.50 

Topsfield (to 1900), 1903 and 1910. 

2 vols., 509 pages. 5.50 

•Only a limited number of the books of these 
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print. 

BIOGRAPHIES 

Memorial Biographies of Deceased 
Members of the New England Historic 



Genealogical Society, Vols. 1-9, con- 
taining memoirs of DMdImh who died 
previous to 1890. This scries of volumes 
is replete with historic and biographic lore, 
of constantly increasing value — great 
pains having been taken to make the 
memoirs complete and accurate. Only a 
small edition is printed. Vols. 1-3, $3.00 
each; vols. 4 and 5, $2.00 each; vols. 0-9, 
$1.00 each. Complete set, $15.00. 

Davidson. Reminiscences of John Da- 
vidson, a Maine pioneer. Johnson. 1916. 
10 pages. $0.75 

Ensign. Memoir of Charles Sidney En- 
sign, LL.B. Ensign. 1918. 10 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Gay. Memoir of Frederick Lewis Gay, 
A.B. Edmonds. 1917. 9 pages, with 
portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Sanborn. Memoir of Franklin Benja- 
min Sanborn, A.B. Sanborn. 1917. 7 
pages, with portrait and autograph. $0 . 50 

Standish. Graves of Myles Standish. 
Huiginn. 1914. 218 pages. Cloth. $1.50 

Tucker. Life of Commodore Samuel 
Tucker. Shepard. 1868. 384 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Waters. Memoir of Henry FitzGilbert 
Waters, A.M. Hosmer. 1914. 17 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

GENEALOGIES 

Ainsworth. Ainsworth families in Amer- 
ica. Parker. 1894. 212 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Andrews. John 1 Andrews of Ipswich, 
Mass., and Norwich, Conn., and some 
of his descendants. Goodell. 1910. 
30 pages. $1.50 

Bacon. Michael Bacon of Dedham, 1040, 

and his descendants. Baldwin. 1915. 

, 420 pages. Illus. Folding geneal. 

tab. Cloth. $S.OO 

Batchelder. Batchelder, Batcheller gene- 
alogy. Descendants of Rev. Stephen 
Bachiler of New Hampton, N. H., and 
Joseph, Henrv, Joshua, and John 
Batcheller of Essex Co., Mass. Pierce. 
1898. 023 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Bates. Genealogy of the descendants of 
Edward Bates of Weymouth, Mass. 
Bates. 143 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Belcher. The Belcher families in New Eng- 
land. Bartlett. 1900. 32 pages, $1.50 

Belknap. The English ancestry of Abra- 
ham Belknap. Belknap. 1914. 30 
pages. $0 . 75 

Benton. Caleb Benton and Sarah Bishop, 
their ancestors and their descend- 
ants. Benton. 1900. 92 pag. u, 
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Blake. Increase Blake of Boston, his an- 
cestors and descendants. Blake. 1898. 
147 pases. Cloth. $2.00 

Brooks. The Brooks family of Woburn, 
Mass. Cutter and Loring. 1904. 
20 pa^s. $1.00 

Cotton. The Cotton family of Ports- 
mouth, N. EL Cotton. 1905. 26 
pages. $1.25 

Curtis. The family of Henry Curtis of 
Sudbury, Mass. Woods. 1907. 10 
pages. $0 . 50 

Cushman. Genealogy of the descendants 
of Robert Cushman, the Puritan. 
Cushman. 1855. 665 pages. Half 
mor. $10.00 

Cutter. Supplement to the history of the 
Cutter family of New England. Cutter. 
1875. 67 pages. $1.50 

Dam. Some descendants of Deacon John 
Dam of Dover, N. H., 1633. Scales. 
1911. 14 pages. $0.75 

Darby-Derby. John Darby of Marblehead, 
Mass., and his descendants. Five gen- 
erations. Derby. 7 pages. $0.50 

Davis. Dolor Davis. A sketch of his 
life with a record of his earlier de- 
scendants. With supplement. Davis. 
1881. 46nages. $3.00 

De Blois. De Blois family of Boston. 
Eaton. 1913. 15 pages. $0.75 

Dewing. Descendants of Andrew Dewing 
of Dedham, Mass. Dewing. 1904. 
165 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dodge. The descendants of Tristram 
Dodge. Woodward. 1904. 233 
pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dows (Dowse). The Dows or Dowse 
family in America. Dows. 1890. 
348 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Eames. Robert Eames of Woburn, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Loring. 
190S. 17 pages. $0.75 

Eastman. History and genealogy of 
Deacon Joseph Eastman of Hadley, 
Mass. Eastman. 1908. 262 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Felton. A genealogical history of the 
Felton family: descendants of Lieut. 
Nathaniel Felton of Salem. Felton. 
1886. 260 pages. $3 . 00 

Field. Record of the Field family in 
America prior to 1700. Emigrant 
ancestors in Mass., R. I., N. Y., N. J., 
N. H., and Va. Descendants of the 
English branch whose ancestor was 
from Alsace-Lorraine. Pierce. Vol. 2, 
1901. 1196 pages. Cloth. $15.00 

Finney. The Finney family of Bristol, 
R.I. Clark. 1906. 13 pages. $0.75 



Floyd. The Floyd family of Kinnncy 
Marsh, Mass. Floyd. \[> \:, 

pa^'s. $0 76 

Foster. Record of the posterity of Rag. 
inald Foster, an early inhabitant 
Ipswich, Muss. Pierce. 1899. I'M 
pages. Cloth. $10 (X) 

Gage. Some descendants of John Gage 
of Ipswich, Mass. Gage. 19< 
12 pages-. $0 ,7fi 

Gerrish. The Gerrish family of Boston 
(Family of Capt. John Gerrish). 
Eaton. 1913. 11 pajn $0.75 

Getchell. The family of Samuel Getchell 
of Salisbury, Mass. Getchell. 1909. 

10 pages. $0.50 
Gillson or Jillson. Genealogy of the 

Gillson and Jillson family. Jillson. 
1876. 266 pans. Cloth. $2.50 

Grosvenor. The English Home and An- 
cestry of John Grosvenor of Roxbury, 
Mass. Kent. 1918. 13 pages. 

$1.00 

Hale. The Hale family of Connecticut. 
Morris. 1907. 13 pages. $0.75 

Harris. Robert Harris and his descend- 
ants, with notices of the Morey and 
Metcalf families. Harris. 1861. 56 
pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Harrison. Five generations of Connecti- 
cut Harrisons. Corbin. 1916. 20 
pages. $1.00 

Haynes and Noyes. Descendants of 
Walter Haynes and Peter Noyes 
of Sudbury, Mass. Newell. 1893. 
5 pages. $0 . 50 

Hill. John Hill of Dorchester, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1904. TTfUijai $1.00 

Hills. Ancestry and descendants of Wil- 
liam Hills, emigrant in 1632, and of 
Joseph Hills, emigrant in 1638. Hills. 
14S pages. $3.00 

Holmes. The descendants of George 
Holmes of Roxbury, Mass., and John 
Holmes of Woodstock, Conn. Gray. 
432 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Huckins. Huckins family: Robert Huckins 
of the Dover Combination and some 
of his descendants. Hardon. 1916. 

11 +192 pages. Cloth. $6.50 
Huntoon. Philip Hunton and his de- 
scendants. Huntoon. 1SS1. 113 
pages . $ 1 . 00 

Jones. Hugh Jones of Salem, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1908. 33 pages. $1.50 

Kimber. Descendants of Richard Kimber 
of Grove, near Wantage, Berkshire, 
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Lakin. The Lakin family of Groton, Mass. 
Manning. 1909. 11 pages. 90.76 

Lawrence. Historical sketches of some 
members of the Lawrence family. 
Lawrence. 1888. 215 pages. Cloth. 

S3. 50 

Lay. The descendants of Robert Lay of 
Saybrook, Conn. Hill. 1908. 13 
pages. $0.75 

Levet. Thomas Levet of Exeter and 
Hampton, N. II., with notes on the 
English and American families of 
Levett and Leavitt. Sanborn. 1913. 

21 pages. $1.00 
Lillibridge. Thomas Lillibridge of New- 
port, R. I., and his descendants. 
Eno. 1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Livermore. The Livermore family of 
America. Thwing. 1902. 479 pages. 
Cloth. $5.00 

Luddington. William Luddington of Mai- 
den, Mass., and East Haven, Conn., 
and his descendants. Shepard. 1904. 
13 pages. $0.75 

Manning and Whitfield. Notes on the 
Manning family of co. Kent, Eng., 
with additional notes on the Waters, 
Proctor, and Whitfield families. Wa- 
ters. 1897. 35 pages. $1.00 

Moore. Some descendants of John 
Moore of Sudbury. Bolton. 1904. 

22 pages. $1.00 
Oak. ramily register of Nathaniel Oak 

of Marlborough, Mass. Oak. 1900. 
84 pages. $1.00 

Page. Table showing ancestors and de- 
scendants of Nathaniel Page (1742- 
1819) of Bedford, Mass. Chart. 
1899. $1.00 

Palmer. Some descendants of William 
Palmer of Watertown, Mass., and 
Hampton, N. H. Palmer. 1914. 
4 pages. $0.50 

Parish. John Parish of Groton, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Parish. 
1909. 12 pages. $0.75 

Partridge. William Partridge of Med- 
ficld, Mass., and his descendants. 
Partridge. 1909. 8 pages. $0.50 

Patten. Patten Genealogy: William Pat- 
ten of Cambridge, 1635, and his de- 
scendants. Baldwin. 190S. 290 pages. 
Fcsm. Cloth. $0.50 

Peterson. The Peterson family of Dux- 
bury, Mass. Browne. 1916. 25 
pages. $1.25 

Pomeroy. Eltweed Pomeroy of Dor- 
chester, Mass., and Windsor, Conn., 
and four generations of his descend- 
ants. Rodman. 1903. 16 pages. 

$0.75 



Remington. Thomas Remington of Suf- 
ficld, Conn., and some of his descend- 
ants. Dewey. 1900. page*. $0.50 

Rising. James Rising of Sufhcld, Conn., 
and some of his descendants. Dewey. 
1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Russell. The descendants of John Rus- 
sell of Dartmouth, Mass. Russell. 
1904. 90 pages. $1.00 

Sargent. Some descendants of Digory 
Sargent of Massachusetts and Ver- 
mont. Woods. 1901. 19 pages. $0.75 

Savage. Major Thomas Savage of Boston 
and his descendants. Park. 1914. 
78 pages. Portraits. $2 . 25 

Seymour. The English home and ances- 
try of Richard Seamer or Semer of 
Hartford, Conn., progenitor of the 
Seymours of Connecticut and New 
York. Seymour. 1917. 12 pages. $1.00 

Sherburne. Some descendants of Henry 
and John Sherburne of Portsmouth, 
N. EL Sherburne. 1904. 29 pages. 

91.00 

Sprague. The brothers Ralph and William 
Sprague and some of their descend- 
ants. Sprague. 1909. 14 pages. $0 75 

Standish. Some recent investigations con- 
cerning the ancestry of Capt. Myles 
Standish. Porteus. 1914. 34 pages. 

$1.25 

Stanwood. A history of the Stanwood 
family in America. Bolton. 1899. 
317 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Stebbins. A genealogy of the Stebbins 
family (Reprint of Edition of 1771). 
Watson. 31 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Sumner. Record of the descendants 
of William Sumner of Dorchester, 
Mass., 1636. With supplement. 
Appleton. 1879. 207 pages. Cloth. 

$5.00 

Taxbell. Thomas Tarbell of Watertown, 
Mass., and some of his descendants. 
Wight. 1907. 18 pages. $0.75 

Thwing. Thwing: A genealogical, bio- 
graphical, and historical account of 
the family. Thwing. 1883. 216 
pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Travers (Travis). Descendants of Henry 
Travers of London, Eng., and New- 
bury, Mass. Daniels. 1903. 147 
pages. Cloth. $3 . 50 

Treadwell. Thomas Treadwell of Ipswich, 
Mass., and some of his descendants. 
Robbins. 1900. 26 pages. $1.25 

Trowbridge. The Trowbridge genealogy. 
History of the Trowbridge family in 
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Tucker. Tucker genealogy: Uncord of 
( iilbcrt Rugglet and Evelina Christina 
(Snyder) Tucker, their ancestors and 
descendants. Morris. 1901. 305 
pages. Half rnor. $0.00 

Vinton. The Vinton Memorial. Geneal- 
ogy of the descendants of John Vin- 
ton of Lynn, and allied families of 
Alden, Adams, Allen, Hoylston, Fax- 
on, French, Hayden, Holbrook, Mills, 
Niles, Penniman, Thayer, White, 
Richardson, Baldwin, Carpenter, Saf- 
ford, Putnam, and Green. Vinton. 
1858. 531 pages. Cloth. $7.50 

Walker. Samuel Walker of Woburn, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Loring 
and Cutter. 1903. 9 pages. $0.50 

Ward. Ward family: descendants of Wil- 
liam Ward, who settled in Sudbury, 
Mass., in 1G39. Ward. 1851. 265 
pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Ware. Descendants of Elisha Ware of 
Wrentham, Mass., to Jan. 1, 1890. 
Mann. 11 pages. $0.50 

Ware. Ware genealogy: Robert Ware 
of Dedham, Mass., 1642-1099, and 
his lineal descendants. Ware. 1901. 
335 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

West. Francis West of Duxbury, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Corn- 
wall. 1906. 14 pages. $0.75 

Whitney. Descendants of John Whitney 
of Watertown, Mass.. in 1035. Pierce. 
1895. 091 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Whittier and Rolfe. Notes on the Eng- 
lish ancestry of the Whittier and 
Rolfe families of New England. 1912. 
14 pages. $0.75 

Williams. The family of John Williams 
of Ncwburv and Haverhill, Mass. 
Williams. 1906. 10 pages. $0.50 

Wilmot. The Wilmot family of New 
Haven, Conn. Jacobus. 1904. 9 
pages. $0 . 50 

Wilson. Ancestry and descendants of 
Rev. John \\ ilson of Boston, Mass. 
Bartlett. 1907. 10 pages. $0.75 

Woodman. The Woodmans of Buxton, 
Me. Woodman. 1874. 125 pages. 
Cloth. $5.00 

Woods. The Woods family of Groton, 
Mass., a record of six generations. 
Woods. 1910. 39 pages. $1.00 

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Braintree, Mass. Braintree, Mass., Rec- 
ords, 1040-1793. Bates. 1SS0. 940 
pages. Cloth. So. 00 

Concord, Mass. Concord, Mass., Births, 
Marriages, and Deaths, 1035-1S50, 
490 pages. Cloth. $5.00 



Exeter, N. EL The Lincolnshire origin of 
some pjxeter settlers, and thi daugh- 
ters of Balthazar Willix. Sanborn 
and Hall. 1914. 19 pages. $0.75 

Hampstead, N. H. Memorial History of 
Hampetead, N r . EL Noyes. 18 

2 vols. Cloth. $10.00 
Hartford, Vt. History of Hartford, Vt., 

1701-1889. Tucker. 488 pages. 

Cloth. $5.00 

Marlborough, Mass. Colonial Records 

of Marlborough, Mass. Spalding. 

1909. ITfllwe $1.50 
Massachusetts. The Pioneers of Massa- 
chusetts. By Rev. Charles Henry 
Pope. An alphabetical compilation of 
genealogical data, gleaned from public 
and private records and other sources, 
both in England and New England, re- 
lating to the first settlers and founders 
of what is now the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, between the years 
1020 and 1050, inclusive; with an in- 
troduction, tables, summaries, and 
cross-index. Boston, Mass., 1900. 
4to. 650 pages. $15.00 

New England. Bibliography of Lists of 
New England Soldiers. Baker. 1911. 
50 pages. $2 . 00 

Ohio. First Ownership of Ohio Lands. 
Dyer. 1911. 85 pages. $2.50 

Watertown, Mass. Genealogies of the 
Families and Descendants of the Early 
Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, 
including Waltham and Weston: to 
which is appended the early history of 
the town, with illustrations, maps, 
and notes, by Henry Bond, M.D. 
Second Edition. With a memoir of 
the author, by Horatio Gates Jones, 
A.M. One of the most important of 
Massachusetts local histories for gen- 
ealogical information. Two vols, in 
one. 1094 pages. $10.00 

MISCELLANEOUS 

American Authors' Ancestry. Austin. 

1915. 107 pages. Cloth. $3.00 

Genealogies in Preparation. 1900. 27 

pages. $1.00 

Smith. Records by Rev. John Smith, 

D.D., of Hanover, N. H. Brvant. 

1910. pages. $0.50 
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f m * Illustration: 
:„. \ Portrait of Hon. Prentiss Cumminos, A.B., LL.B. (to face page 83) 

L MEMOIR' OF Hon. PRENTISS Cummings, A.B., LL.B. By Mrs. Mary 

Ingraham Davie* . . • 83*' 

II. Early /Vital Records of Jefferson, Me. Com. by Harold I^ewis 

Bond ....',....- 87. 

III. Taxpayers in Warrenshi;i«;, \i V., 1814, 1810 ) . 103 

IV. Inscriptions in the Wappaquians Burial Ground, Pomfret, Conn., 

17231SG1 .... 105 

V. Records of the Society of Friends at Berwick (North Berwick), 
• ' ME: {Continued) • V2\ 

VI. f Inscriptions in the First 1'reshyterian Churchyard, SchenectadY, 

N. Y. Transcribed by Nathan \ 'an Patten . '. :\ "128 

VII. Marriage Licenses in Prince George's County, Maryland, 

, 1777-1824 134 

VIII. Proceedings of the Xew Enoland Historic Genealogical Society. . 

By Henr y Edwards Seott, A. B., Recording Secretary 154 

; IX. . Notes: 

Notes. — Society Notice; Waters-Blanchard-Edmands-Hall, 135; Ban r 
ister; Cunningham-Jarvis-Hopkins, 15G; Dr. Elisha Story's Day- 
book,157 

Historical Intelligence. — Heraldry, 157; Alumni Cantabrigirns^; 

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which satisfactorily would in many cases require extended investigations, it has 
become impossible for them to give personal attention to such inquiries, nor is 
it practicable to refer these letters to any of the assistants in the employ of the 
Society, because their time is occupied fully by their regular duties. The officers, 
however, are glad to help those seeking information by calling attention to the expert 
services of the genealogists, book dealers, printers and publishers, engravers and 
photographers, manufacturers of paper, etc., who advertise in the following pages. 
Inquirers should make their own business arrangements with those whose names are 
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LAWRENCE BRAINERD 

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Genealogical and Historical 
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52 Allston Heights. Allston District. 
Boston, Mass. 

GENEALOGIST 

Connecticut Research a Specialty 



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Baffling genealogical problems solicited. Manu- 
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proven descents. Too often a man of means un- 
consciously provides financial backing for mere 
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New England lines and records looked up In 
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and Connecticut: Springfield, Northampton, Green- 
field, North Adams, Pittsfield, Great Barrington , 
Hartford 



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Connecticut Research a Specialty 

Has genealogical notes on the families of 

Ancient Middletown and copies of over 

ll.ooo gravestone inscriptions in 

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searched for genealogy 

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in Plymouth County 

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ENGLISH GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH 



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Record Searcher for the Committee on English Research of the New England Historic 
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Author of Coe, Newberry, Talbot, Hill, Wilson, Jones, Belcher, and Stone genealogies 

MR. THOS. M. BLAGG 

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Honorary General Editor of the "Index Library" (British Record Society), and Chief Editor of Philli- 

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the Provinces. Scotland. Ireland, and elsewhere 

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PRICE LIST, 1919 



THE REGISTER 

The New England Historical and Gene- 
alogical Register, established in 1847 and 
published quarterly, in January, April, 
July, and October. Each number contains 
eighty or more octavo pages of valuable 
and interesting matter concerning the 
History, Antiquities, Genealogy, and 
Biography of America, printed on dura- 
ble paper made especially for the Society, 
with an engraved portrait. Complete in- 
dexes to each volume have hitherto been 
printed in the October number, but will 
hereafter appear with the January num- 
ber of the following year. Subscription, 
So. 00 per year in advance, commencing in 
January. Current single numbers, $1.00. 
Supplement to April number, $1.00. Prices 
of complete sets, odd volumes, and single 
numbers quoted on application. Unobjec- 
tionable advertisements accepted at rea- 
sonable rates. 

Consolidated Index of the New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register, Vols. 
1-50. Index of Persons (A to Z), Index of 
Subjects, and Index of Places. Price for 
the complete work, bound in cloth, 4 vols., 
$100. 

The Register with its Consolidated 
Index is indispensable to family historians, 
genealogists, and all persons seeking in- 
formation about American families. The 
number of complete sets in existence is 
limited, and their value is constantly 
increasing. 

ENGLISH RESEARCH 

Genealogical Gleanings in England, by 
Henry FitzGilbert Waters, A.M. These 
Gleanings abound in clues, which, if prop- 
erly followed up, will enable the geneal- 
ogist to pursue in the mother country 
investigations which without such aid 
would be practically impossible. 2 vols., 
1643 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Abstracts of Wills in the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury, at Somerset House, 
London, England. Register Soame, 1620. 
The volume contains, in 607 pages, 1366 
wills, comprising about 40,000 names of 
persons and over 10,000 names of places. 

$6.00 

Emigrants. Emigrants from England, 

1773-1776. 1913. 206 pages. $4.00 

Emigrants. List of Emigrants to America 

from Liverpool, 1697-1707. 1913. 



Research in England. An essay to aid the 
student. Lea. 1905. 36 pages. $1.00 

VITAL RECORDS 

Massachusetts Vital Records. The 
Births, Marriages, and Deaths recorded in 
towns in Massachusetts, from their found- 
ing to the year 1850, taken from the 
original records of the town, arranged in 
alphabetical order, printed on paper made 
especially for the Society, and bound in 
cloth. Then books are most useful to 
those seeking genealogical information 
about ancestors who lived in thr.se towns. 

PvbUthtd by the N. E. Hist. Gen. Society: 

Abington, 1912. 2 vols., 632 pages. $-8.00 

Alford, 1902. 32 pages. .75 

Arlington, 1904. 162 pages. 2.25 

Bccket, 1903. 98 pages. 1.25 

Bedford, 1903. 142 page*. 1.75 

Bellingham. 1904. 222 pages. 2.75 

Billcrica, 1908. 405 pages. 5.25 
Bridgewater, 1916. 2 vols., 94S pages.12.00 

Brockton, 1911. 371 pages. 4.75 

Carver, 1911. 179 pages. 2.25 

Charlemont, 1917. 166 pages. 2.25 

Chester, 1911. 255 pages. 3.25 

Chilmark, 1904. 96 pages. 1.25 

Dalton, 1906. S2 pages, 1.25 

Dover, 1906. 107 pages. 1.50 

Dracut, 1907. 302 pages. 4.00 

Duxbury, 1911. 446 pages. 5.75 
E. Bridgewater, 1917. 406 pages. 5.25 

Edgartown, 1906. 276 pages. 3.50 

Fox borough, 1911. 249 pages. 3.25 

Gill, 1904. 07ptf 1.25 

Granville, 1914. 236 pages. 3.00 

Gr. Barrington, 1904. 89 pages. 1.25 

Greenfield, 1915. 299 pages. 3.75 

Hanson, 1911. 110 pages. 1.50 

Heath, 1915. 142 pages. 1.75 

Hinsdale, 1902. 9S pages. 1.25 

Holliston, 1908. 358 pages. 4 . 50 

Hopkinton, 1911. 462 pages. 6.00 

Kingston, 1911. 396 pages. 5.00 

Lee, 1903. 239 pages. 3.00 

Lincoln, 190S. 179 pages. 2.25 

Medfield, 1903. 243 pages. 3.25 

Medford, 1907. 469 pages. 6.00 

Medwav, 1905. 345 pages. 4.50 

Middletield, 1907. 138 pages. 1.75 

Montgomery, 1902. 66 pages. 1.50 

New Ashford, 1916. 43 pages. 1.00 

New Braintree, 1904. 163 pages. 2.25 

Newton, 1905. 521 pages. 6.50 

Norton, 1906. 405 pages. 5.25 



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iviham, 1902. 177 pages. $2.25 

Pembroke. 1911. 465 pages. 6.00 

Peru, 1902. 112 pages. 1.50 

Richmond, 1913. 113 peg 1.50 
Rochester. 1914. 2 vols., 70S pages. 9.75 
Scituatc, 1909. 2 vols., 909 pages. 11.50 

Shirley, 1918. 211 pages. 2.75 

Stow, 1911. 270 pages. 3.50 

Sturbridge, 1900. 39J * pages. 5.00 

Sudbury, 1903. 332 pages. 4.25 

Tisbury, 1910. 244 pages. 3.25 

Tyringhain, 1903. 108 pages. 1.50 

Wolpole, 1902. 210 pages. 2.75 

Waltham, 1904. 298 pages. 3.75 

Washington, 1904. 57 pages. .75 

Wayland, 1910. 100 pages. 2.25 

W.Bridmnrater, 1911. 222 pages. 3.00 

W. Stockbridge, 1907. 115 pages. 1.50 

Wcstport, 1918. 290 pages. 3.75 
Weymouth, 1910. 2 vols., 735 pages. 9.25 

Williamstown, 1907. 173 pages. 2.25 

Windsor, 1917. 153 pages. 2.00 

Worthington, 1911. 159 pages. 2.00 

Published by Thomas W. Baldwin:* 

Boxborough, 1915. 78 pages. $1.25 

Burlington, 1915. 100 pages. 1.25 
Cambridge, 1914 and 1915. 2 vols., 

1742 pages. 20.00 

Chelsea, 1910. 558 pages. 7.00 

CohasseU 1910. 237 pages. 3.25 

Framingham, 1911. 474 pages. 6.00 

Hull, 1911. 75 pages. 1.25 

Natick, 1910. 249 pages. 3.25 

Northbridge, 1916. 202 pages. 3.00 

Reading, 1912. 5SG pages. 7.00 

Sherborn, 1911. 229 pages. 3.00 

Uxbridge, 1910. 420 pages. 5.50 

Wakefield, 1912. 341 pages. 4.50 
Wrentham, 1910. Vol. 1 (Births) 

only, 237 pages. 3.00 

Published by the Topsfield Hist. Society:* 

Amcsbury, 1913. GOO pages. 16.25 

Andover, 1912. 2 vols., 900 pages. 10.00 
Beverly, 1906 and 1907. 2 vols., 

1027 pages. 10.75 

Boxford, 1905. 274 pages. 3.00 

Bradford, 1907. 373 pages. 4.00 

Haverhill, 1910 and 1911. 2 vols., 

827 pages. 8.75 

Mcthucn, 1909. 345 pages. 3.75 

Middleton, 190-1. 143 pages. 1.00 

Salisbury, 1915. 630 pages. 7.50 

Topsfield (to 1900), 1903 and 1916. 

2 vols., 509 pages. 5.50 

* Only a limited number of the books of these 
publishers are available; some are entirely out of 
print. 

BIOGRAPHIES 
Memorial Biographies of Deceased 



Genealogical Society, Vols. 1-9, con- 
taining memoirs of mernlxTS who died 
previous to 1890. This scries of volumes 
is replete with historic and biographic Ion-, 
of constantly increasing value — great 
pains having l>cen taken to make the 
memoirs complete and accurate. Only a 
small edition is printed. Vols. 1-3, $3.00 
each; vols. 4 and 5, $2.00 each; vols. 6-'.', 
$1.00 each. Complete set, $15.00. 

Davidson. Reminiscences of John Da- 
vidson, a Maine pioneer. Johnson. 1916. 
16 pages. $0.75 

Ensign. Memoir of Charles Sidney En- 
sign, LL.B. Ensign. 1918. 10 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Gay. Memoir of Frederick Lewis Gay, 
A.B. Edmonds. 1917. 9 pages, with 
portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Sanborn. Memoir of Franklin Benja- 
min Sanborn, A.B. Sanborn. 1917. 7 
pages, with portrait and autograph. $0 . 50 

Standish. Graves of Myles Standish. 
Huiginn. 1914. 218 pages. Cloth. $1.50 

Tucker. Life of Commodore Samuel 
Tucker. Shcpard. 1868. 384 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Waters. Memoir of Henry FitzGilbert 
Waters, A.M. Hosmer. 1914. 17 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

GENEALOGD2S 

Ainsworth. Ainsworth families in Amer- 
ica. Parker. 1S94. 212 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Andrews. John 1 Andrews of Ipswich, 
Mass., and Norwich, Conn., and some 
of his descendants. Goodell. 1916. 
30 pages. $1.50 

Bacon. Michael Bacon of Dedham, 1640, 
and his descendants. Baldwin. 1915. 
420 pages. Illus. Folding geneal. 
tab. Cloth. $8.00 

Batchelder. Batcheldcr, Batcheller gene- 
alogy. Descendants of Rev. Stephen 
Bachiler of New Hampton, N. H., and 
Joseph, Henry', Joshua, and John 
Batcheller of Essex Co., Mass. Pierce. 
1898. 623 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Bates. Genealogy of the descendants of 
Edward Bates of Weymouth, Mass. 
Bates. 143 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Belcher. The Belcher families in New Eng- 
land. Bartlett. 1906. 32 pages, $1.50 

Belknap. The English ancestry of Abra- 
ham Belknap. Belknap. 1914. JO 
pages. $0 . 75 

Benton. Caleb Benton and Sarah Bishop, 
their ancestors and their descend- 
ants. Benton. 1906. 92 pages. 



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9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 



Blake. bemN Blake of Boston, his an- 
cestors and descendants. Blake. 1898. 
147 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Brooks. The Brooks family of Woburn, 
Mass. Cutter and Loring. 190-4. 
20 pages. Si. 00 

Cotton. The Cotton family of Ports- 
mouth, N. EL Cotton. 1905. 2G 
pages. SI. 25 

Curtis. The family of Henry Curtis of 
Sudbury, Mass. Woods. 1907. 10 
pages. SO . 50 

Cushman. Genealogy of the descendants 
of Robert Cushman, the Puritan. 
Cushman. 1855. GG5 pages. Half 
mor. $10.00 

Cutter. Supplement to the history of the 
Cutter family of New England. Cutter. 
1875. 67 pages. Si. 50 

Dam. Some descendants of Deacon John 
Dam of Dover, N. H., 1G33. Scales. 
1911. 14 pages. $0.75 

Darby-Derby. John Darby of Marblehead, 
Mass., and his descendants. Five gen- 
erations. Derby. 7 pages. SO. 50 

Davis. Dolor Davis. A sketch of his 
life with a record of his earlier de- 
scendants. With supplement. Davis. 
1881. 46 pages. S3. 00 

De Blois. De Blois family of Boston. 
Eaton. 1913. 15 pages. SO. 75 

Dewing. Descendants of Andrew Dewing 
of Dedham, Mass. Dewing. 1904. 
165 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dodge. The descendants of Tristram 
Dodge. Woodward. 1904. 233 
pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dows (Dowse). The Dows or Dowse 
family in America. Dows. 1890. 
34S pages. Cloth. S5.00 

Eames. Robert Eames of Woburn, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Loring. 
1908. 17 pages. SO. 75 

Eastman. History and genealogy of 
Deacon Joseph Eastman of Hadley, 
Mass. Eastman. 1908. 262 pages. 
Cloth. S3. 00 

Felton. A genealogical history of the 
FeltOD family: descendants of Lieut. 
Nathaniel Felton of Salem. Felton. 
1886. 260 pages. S3. 00 

Field. Record of the Field family in 
America prior to 1700. Emigrant 
ancestors in Mass., R. I.. X. V., N. J., 
N. H., and Ya. Descendants of the 
English branch whose ancestor was 
from Alsace-Lorraine. Pierce. Vol. 2, 
1901. 11% pages. Cloth. S15.00 

Finney. The Finney family of Bristol, 
R.I. Clark. 1900. 13 pages. SO. 75 



Floyd. The Floyd family of Rums 
Marsh, Mass. yd. 19< 15 

pages. |0 76 

Foster. Record of the posterity of Et 

inald Foster, an early inhabitant of 

Ipswich, Mass. Pierce. 1899. 1 

pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Gage. Some descendants of John Of 

of Ipswich, Mass. Gage. 1908. 

12 pages. $0.75 

Gerrish. The Gcrrish family of Boston 

(Family of Capt. John Gerrish). 

Baton. 1913. 11 pages. 80.75 

Getchell. The family of Samuel GetchoU 

of Salisbury, Mass. Getchell. 1909. 

10 pages. $0.50 
Gillson or Jillson. Genealogy of the 

Gillson and Jillson family. JilLson. 
1876. 266 pages. Cloth. S2.50 

Grosvenor. The English Home and An- 
cestry of John Grosvenor of Roxbury, 
Mass. Kent. 1918. 13 pages. 

81. oo 

Hale. The Hale family of Connecticut. 
Morns. 1907. 13 pages. $0.75 

Harris. Robert Harris and his descend- 
ants, with notices of the Morey and 
Metcalf families. Harris. 1801. 56 
pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Harrison. Five generations of Connecti- 
cut Harrisons. Corbin. 1916. 20 
pages. 81. 00 

Haynes and Noyes. Descendants of 
Walter Havnes and Peter Noyu 
of Sudbury," Mass. Newell. 1- 
5 pages. SO. 50 

Hill. John Hill of Dorchester, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1904. 22 pages. SI. 00 

Hills. Ancestry and descendants of Wil- 
liam Hills, emigrant in 1632, and of 
Joseph Hills, emigrant in 163S. Hills. 
148 pages. $3.00 

Holmes. The descendants of George 
Holmes of Roxbury, Mass., and John 
Holmes of Woodstock, Conn. Grav. 
432 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Huckins. Huckins family : Robert Huckins 
of the Dover Combination and some 
of his descendants. Hardon. 1916. 

11 4- 192 pages. Cloth. $6.50 
Huntoon. Philip Hunton and his de- 
scendants. Huntoon. 1SS1. 113 
pages. SI. 00 

Jones. Hugh Jones of Salem, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Hart- 
let t. 190S. 33 pages. SI. 50 

Kimber. Descendants of Richard Kimber 
of Grove, near Wantage, Bcrkshir 
Eng. Kimber. 1S94. 76 pages. S2.00 



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Lakin. The Lakin family of Groton, Mass. 
Manning. 1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Lawrence. Historical sketches of some 
members of the Lawrence family. 
Lawrence. 1S88. 215 pages. Cloth. 

S3. 50 

Lay. The descendants of Robert Lay of 
Saybrook, Conn. Hill. 1908. 13 
pages. $0.75 

Levet. Thomas Levct of Exeter and 
Hampton, N. II., with notes on the 
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Davidson. Reminiscences of John Da- 
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16 pages. $0.75 

Ensign. Memoir of Charles Sidney En- 
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with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Gay. Memoir of Frederick Lewis Gay, 
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portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Sanborn. Memoir of Franklin licnja- 
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Standish. Graves of Myles Standish. 
Huiginn. 1914. 218 pages. Cloth. $1.50 

Tucker. Life of Commodore Samuel 
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Cloth. $3.00 

Waters. Memoir of Henry FitzGilbert 
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with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

GENEALOGIES 

Ainsworth. Ainsworth families in Amer- 
ica. Parker. 1894. 212 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Andrews. John* Andrews of Ipswich, 
Mass., and Norwich, Conn., and some 
of his descendants. Goodell. 1916. 
30 pages. $1 50 

Bacon. Michael Bacon of Dedham, 1640, 
and his descendants. Baldwin. 1915. 
420 pages. Illus. Folding geneal. 
tab. Cloth. $8.00 

Batchelder. Batchelder, Batcheller gene- 
alogy. Descendants of Rev. Stephen 
Bachiler of New Hampton, N. H., and 
Joseph, Henry, Joshua, and John 
Batcheller of Essex Co., Mass. Pierce. 
1S98. 623 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Bates. Genealogy of the descendants of 
Edward Bates of Weymouth, Mass. 
Bates. 143 pages. Cloth. $2 00 

Belcher. The Belcher families in New Eng- 
land. Bartlott. 1906. 32 pages, $1.50 

Belknap. The English ancestry of Abra- 
ham Belknap. Belknap. 1914. 20 
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Benton. Caleb Benton and Sarah Bishop, 
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Blake. Increase Blake of Boston, his an- 
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147 pa^es. Cloth. $2.00 

Brooks. The Brooks family of Woburn, 
Mass. Cutter and Loring. 1904. 
20 pages. $1.00 

Cotton. The Cotton family of Ports- 
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pages. $1.25 

Curtis. The family of Henry Curtis of 
Sudbury, Mass. Woods. 1907. 10 
pages. $0 . 50 

Cushman. Genealogy of the descendants 
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Cushman. 1855. 665 pages. Half 
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Cutter. Supplement to the history of the 
Cutter family of New England. Cutter. 
1875. 67 pages. $1.50 

Dam. Some descendants of Deacon John 
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1911. 14 pages. $0.75 

Darby-Derby. John Darby of Marblehead, 
Mass., and his descendants. Five gen- 
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Davis. Dolor Davis. A sketch of his 
life with a record of his earlier de- 
scendants. With supplement. Davis. 
1881. 46 pages. $3.00 

De Blois. De Blois family of Boston. 
Eaton. 1913. 15 pages. $0.75 

Dewing. Descendants of Andrew Dewing 
of Dedham, Mass. Dewing. 1904. 
165 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dodge. The descendants of Tristram 
Dodge. Woodward. 1904. 233 
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Dows (Dowse). The Dows or Dowse 
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348 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Eames. Robert Eames of Woburn, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Loring. 
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Eastman. History and genealogy of 
Deacon Joseph Eastman of Hadlcy, 
Mass. Eastman. 190S. 262 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Felton. A genealogical history of the 
Felton family: descendants of Lieut. 
Nathaniel Felton of Salem. Felton. 
1886. 260 pages. $3.00 

Field. Record of the Field family in 
America prior to 1700. Emigrant 
ancestors in Mass., R. I., N. Y., N. J., 
N. H., and Va. Descendants of the 
English branch whose ancestor was 
from Alsace-Lorraine. Pierce. Vol. 2, 
1901. 1196 pages. Cloth. $15.00 

Finney. The Finney family of Bristol, 
R.I. Clark. 1906. 13 Daces. $0.75 



Floyd. The Floyd family of Rumney 
Marsh, Mass. Floyd. 1900. 15 
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Foster. Record of the posterity of Reg- 
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Ipswich, Mass. Pierce. 1899. KM 
pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Gage. Some descendants of John Gage 
of Ipswich, Mass. Gage. 1908. 
12 pages. $0.75 

Gerrish. The Gerrish family of Boston 
(Family of Capt. John Gerrish). 
Eaton. 1913. 11 pages. $0 75 

Getchell. The family of Samuel Getchell 
of Salisbury, Mass. Getchell. 1909. 

10 pages. $0 50 
Gillson or Jillson. Genealogy of the 

Gillson and Jillson family. Jillson. 
1876. 266 pages. Cloth. $2.50 

Grosvenor. The English Home and An- 
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Mass. Kent. 1918. 13 pages. 

$1.00 

Hale. The Hale family of Connecticut. 
Morris. 1907. 13 pages. $0.75 

Harris. Robert Harris and his descend- 
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Metcalf families. Harris. 1861. 56 
pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Harrison. Five generations of Connecti- ' 
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Haynes and Noyes. Descendants of 
Walter Haynes and Peter Noyes 
of Sudbury, Mass. Newell. 1893. 
5 pages. $0.50 

Hill. John Hill of Dorchester, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1904. 22 pages. $1.00 

Hills. Ancestry and descendants of Wil- 
liam Hills, emigrant in 1632, and of 
Joseph Hills, emigrant in 1638. Hills. 
14S pages. $3.00 

Holmes. The descendants of George 
Holmes of Roxbury, Mass., and John 
Holmes of Woodstock, Conn. Gray. 
432 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Huckins. Huckins family: Robert Huckina 
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11 + 192 pages. Cloth. $6.50 
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Jones. Hugh Jones of Salem, Mass., 
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Lakin. The La kin family of Ciroton, Mi 

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Lawrence. Historical sketches of BOOM 

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Lawrence. 1888. 215 pages. Cloth. 

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Saybrook, Conn. Hill. 1908. " 13 

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Levet. Thomas Lcvct of Exeter and 
Hampton, N. II., with notes on the 
English and American families of 
Levett and IxMivitt. Sanborn. 1913. 

21 pages. $1.00 
Lillibridge. Thomas Lillibridge of New- 
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Eno. 1909. 11 pages. SO 75 

Livermore. The Livermore family ->f 
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Luddington. William Luddington of Mai- 
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Manning and Whitfield. Notes on the 
Manning family of co. Kent. Kng., 
with additional notes on the Waters, 
Proctor, and Whitfield families. Wa- 
ters. 1897. 35 pages. $1.00 

Moore. Some descendants of John 
Moore of Sudbury. Bolton. 1904. 

22 pages. SI. 00 
Oak. Family register of Nathaniel Oak 

of Marlborough, Mass. Oak. 1906. 
84 pages. $1.00 

Page. Table showing ancestors and de- 
scendants of Nathaniel Page (1742- 
1819) of Bedford, Mass. Chart. 
1S99. $1.00 

Palmer. Some descendants of William 
Palmer of Water town, Mass., and 
Hampton, N. EL Palmer. 1914. 
4 pages. $0.50 

Parish. John Parish of Groton, Mass., 
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1909. Pipages. 90.75 

Partridge. William Partridge of Med- 
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Partridge. 1909. 8 pages. SO. 50 

Patten. Patten Genealogy: William Pat- 
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Fcsm. Cloth. $5.50 

Peterson. The Peterson family of Dux- 
bury, Mass. Browne. 191 6. 25 
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Pomeroy. Eltwced Pomeroy of Dor- 
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and four generations of his descend- 
ants. Rodman. 1903. 16 pass 

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Remington. Thomas Remingl I Suf- 

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Rising. James Rising of Surli eld, Conn., 
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Russell. The descendants of John Rus- 
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1904. 20 pages. $1.00 

Sargent. Some descendants of Digory 
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Savage. Major Thoma. .f Boston 

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Seymour. The English home and ances- 
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Hartford. (>)iin., progenitor of the 
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Sherburne. Some descendants of Henry 
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Sprague. The brothers Ralph and William 
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Stebbins. A genealogy of the Stebbins 
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Sumner. Kecord of the descendants 
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Tarbell. Thomas Tarbell of Watertown, 
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Thwing. Thwing: A genealogical, bio- 
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Travers (Travis). Descendants of Henry 
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Treadwell. Thomas Tread well of Ipswich, 
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Tucker. Tucker genealogy: Record of 

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Vinton. The Vinton Memorial. Geneal- 
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Walker. Samuel Walker of Woburn, Mass., 
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Ward. Ward family: descendants of Wil- 
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Ware. Descendants of Elisha Ware of 
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Ware. Ware genealogy: Robert Ware 
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West. Francis West of Duxbury, Mass., 
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Whitney. Descendants of John Whitney 
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Whittier and Rolfe. Notes on the Eng- 
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Wilmot. The Wilmot family of New 
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Wilson. Ancestry and descendants of 
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Woodman. The Woodmans of Buxton, 
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Woods. The Woods family of Groton, 
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Hampstead, N. H. Memorial History of 
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Massachusetts. The Pioneers of Massa- 
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New England. Bibliography of Lists of 
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Owing to the large number of letters received by the officers of the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society, asking for genealogical or other information, to answer 
which satisfactorily would in many cases require extended investigations, it has 
become impossible for them to give personal attention to such inquiries, nor is 
it practicable to refer these letters to any of the assistants in the employ of the 
Society, because their time is occupied fully by their regular duties. The officers, 
however, are glad to help those seeking information by calling attention to the expert 
services of the genealogists, book dealers, printers and publishers, engravers and 
photographers, manufacturers of paper, etc., who advertise in the following pages. 
Inquirers should make their own business arrangements with those whose names are 
given below, as the Society assumes NO responsibility in the matter. 



DIRECTORY OF GENEALOGISTS 



LAWRENCE BRAINERD 

Aahburton Place, Boeton, Mi 



Genealogist 
Research Work 



Family Trees Prepared 
Terms on Application 



MRS. WILLIAM ALLERTON DREW 

121 St. Stephen Street. Boston, Mam. 

Genealogical and Historical 
Research 

LUCIA RUSSELL FELLOWS 

405 Eaat First South Street. 

Salt Lake City. Utah 

Summer Address: Ellsworth, Me. 

Specialist in migrations from New England 
Families Traced Genealogies prepared 

VIRGINIA HALL 

19 West Cedar Street, Boeton. Maaa. 

MRS. MARY LOVERING HOLMAN 

30 Winaor Avenue, Watertown, Maae. 

Genealogist 

Twenty years experience 

MRS. WILLIAM S. KELSEY 

52 Allston Heights. Allston District. 
Boeton, Mass. 

GENEALOGIST 

Connecticut Research a Specialty 



CHARLES THORNTON LIBBY 

Portland. Me, U. S. A. 

Baffling genealogical problems solicited. Manu- 
scripts edited to guard against spuiious or not 
proven descents. Too often a man of means un- 
consciously provides financial backing for mere 
family camouflage 

E. C. PARMENTER, Jr. 

P. O. Box 153. Wallingford. Vt. 

New England lines and records looked up in 
New England. Vermont a specialty. Choose • 
man on the spot for your Vermont woik 

MRS. JESSIE A. PORTER 

05 Euclid Avenue, Springfield, Maaa. 

Specialist in records of Western Massachusetts 
and Connecticut .Springfield, Northampton, Green- 
field, North Adams, Pittsfield, Great Harrington, 
Hartford 

FRANK FARNSWORTH STARR 

Middlctown. Conn. 

Connecticut Research a Specialty 

Has genealogical notes on the families of 

Ancient Middletown and copies of over 

11,000 gravestone inscriptions in 

Middlesex County 

CHARLES M. THATCHER 

Middleborough. Maaa. 

Town, County, or State Records. Wills and Deeda 
searched for genealogy 

Has copied over 18,000 cemetery inscriptions 
in Plymouth County 

SUSAN COTTON TUFTS 

9 Aahburton Place. Boeton. Maaa. 

GENEALOGIST 

Former Genealogist of the Massachusetts 
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FLORENCE E. YOUNGS 

. r , Went I6tb Str.vt. New York. N. Y. 

Specialist in migrations from New England. 

Large collection of imprinted American and 

European records. Annual trips abroad 



ENGLISH GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH* 
MRS. ELIZABETH (FRENCH) BARTLETT 

Life Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society 

Record Searcher for the Committee on English Research of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society, 1908-1017, will rtsume work in England after the War 

Valuable Material regarding English H>>mea of American Settlers, and Lists of Paaaengera to New England 
(1635-1037), Colonial Soldier*, and Priaoncra in the War of 1812 — all unprinted. Britiab and Ameri- 
oan Research undertaken. Genealogies compiled and edited 

* ASHBURTON PLACE, BOSTON 118 CHANCERY LANE, LONDON 

J. GARDNER BARTLETT 
Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society 

RESEARCH IN ENGLAND 

Expert Specialist on English Ancestry of Early Settlers of New England 

9 ASHBURTON PLACE. BOSTON, and 118 CHANCERY LANE. LONDON 

Author of Coe, Newberry, Talbot, Hill, Wilson, Jones, Belcher, and Stone genealogies 

MR. TTHOS. M. BLAGG 

(Life Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society) 

Honorary General Kditor of the "Index Library" (British Record Society), and Chief Editor of Pkilli- 

aaore's ParLsh Register Series, undertakes searches for Private Client* in London, 

the Provinces, Scotland, Ireland, and elsewhere 

Specxaltiet: Englith Pariah Rtgittert and Provincial Probate Courts 

120 CHANCERY LANE, LONDON 

DEALERS IN GENEALOGICAL BOOKS 



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Historical and Genealogical Books 
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Established 1838 



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91 Bxchange Street. Portland, Me. 

Genealogy, Americana, and 
Books on Maine 



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314 W. Jersey Street, Eli»abeth. N. J. 

Genealogies and Americana 

Catalogues sent upon request 

WILDER'S BOOKSHOP 

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Makes a Specialty of Dealing in and Search- 
ing for books on GENEALOGICAL AND HIS- 
TORICAL SUBJECTS. Carries in stock fiom 
4000 to 5000 books on AMERICAN LOCAL AND 
FAMILY HISTORY. Genealogical Researches 
Conducted 



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PRICE LIST, 1919 



THE REGISTER 

The New England Historical and Gene- 
alogical Register, established in 1817 and 
published quarterly, in January, April, 
July, and October. Each number contains 
eighty or more octavo pages of valuable 
and interesting matter concerning the 
History, Antiquities, Genealogy, and 
Biography of America, printed on dura- 
ble pajK*r made especially for the Society, 
with an engr a ved portrait. Complete in- 
dexes to each volume have hitherto been 
printed in the October Dumber, but will 
hereafter appear with the January num- 
ber of the following year. Subscription, 
$5.00 per year in advance, commencing in 
January. Current single numbers, $1.00. 
Supplement to April number, $1.00. Pricei 
of complete sets, odd volumes, and single 
numbers quoted on application. Unobjec- 
tionable advertisements accepted at rea- 
sonable rates. 

Consolidated Index of the New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register, Vols. 
1-50. Index of Persons (A to Z), Index of 
Subjects, and Index of Places. Price for 
the complete work, bound in cloth, 4 vols., 
$100. 

The Register with its Consolidated 
Index is indispensable to family historians, 

?;cnealogists, and all persons seeking in- 
ormation about American families. The 
number of complete sets in existence is 
limited, and their value is constantly 
increasing. 

ENGLISH RESEARCH 

Genealogical Gleanings in England, by 
Henry FitzGilbert Waters, A.M. These 
Gleanings abound in clues, which, if prop- 
erly followed up, will enable the geneal- 
ogist to pursue in the mother country 
investigations which without such aid 
would De practically impossible. 2 vols., 
1643 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Abstracts of Wills in the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury, at Somerset House, 
London, England. Register Soame, 1620 
The volume contains, in 607 pages, 136G 
wills, comprising about 40,000 names of 
persons and over 10,000 names of places. 

$0.00 
Emigrants. Emigrants from England, 

1773-1776. 1913. 206 pages. $4.00 
Emigrants. List of Emigrants to America 

from Liverpool, 1697-1707. 1913. 

55 pages. $1.00 



Research in England. An essay to aid the 
student. Lea. 1905. 36 pages. $1.00 

VITAL RECORDS 

Massachusetts Vital Records. The 
Births, Marriages, and Deaths recorded in 
towns in Massachusetts, from their found- 
ing to the year I860, taken from the 
original records of the town, arranged in 
alphabetical order, printed on paper made 
especially for the Society, and bound in 
cloth. These books are most useful to 
those seeking genealogical information 
about ancestors who lived in these towns. 

Published by the N. E. Hist. Gen. Society: 

Abington, 1912. 2 vols., 632 pages. $8.00 

Alford, 1902. 32 pages. .78 

Arlington. 1904. 162 pages. 2.25 

Becket, 1903. 9S pages. 1.25 

Bedford, 1903. 142 pages. 1.75 

Bcllingharn, 1904. 222 pages. 2.75 

Billerica, 1908. 405 pages. 6.28 
Bridgwater, 1916. 2 vols., 948 pages.12.00 

Brockton, 1911. 371 pages. 4.75 

Carver, 1911. 179 pages. 2.25 

Charlemont, 1917. 166 pages. 2.28 

Chester, 1911. 255 pages. 3.25 

Chilmark, 1904. 96 p.ic 1.28 

Dalton, 1906. 82 pa- 1.25 

Dover, 1908. 107 pages. 1.50 

Dracut, 1907. 302 pages. 4.00 

Duxburv, 1911. 446 pages. 5.75 
E. Bridgewater, 1917. 406 pages. 5.25 

Edgartown, 1906. 276 pages. 3.50 

Foxborough, 1911. 219 pages. 3 25 

Gill, 1904. 97 pages. 1.25 

Granville, 1914. 236 pages. 3.00 

Gr. Barrington, 1904. S9 pages. 1.25 

Greenfield, 1915. 299 pages. 3.75 

Hanson, 1911. HOpages. 1.50 

Heath, 1915. 142 pages. 1.75 

Hinsdale, 1902. 93 pages. 1.25 

Holliston, 1908. 35S pages. 4.50 

Hopkinton, 1911. 462 pages. 6.00 

Kingston, 1911. 396 pages. 5.00 

Ixm?, 1903. 239 pages. 3.00 

Lincoln, 1908. 179 pages. 2.25 

Medfield, 1903. 243 pages. 3.25 

Med ford, 1907. 469 pages. 6.00 

Medwav, 1905. 345 pages. 4.50 

Middlcfield, 1907. 138 pages. 1.75 

Montgomery, 1902. 66 pages. 1.50 

New Ashford, 1916. 43 pages. 1.00 

New Braintree, 1904. 163 pages. 2 25 

Newton, 1905. 521 pages. 6.50 

Norton, 1906. 405 pages. 5.25 

Palmer, 1905. 242 pages. 3 00 



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By the Treasurer of the N. E. Historic Genealogical Society 

9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 



Pclham, 1902. 177 pages. $2 28 

Pembroke, 1911. 405 pages. 6.00 

Peru, 1002. 112 pages. 1.50 

Richmond, 1013. 119 pages. 1.50 

Rochester. 1014. 2 vols., 766 pages. 0.75 

Bcituate, 1000. 2 vols., 009 pages. 11.60 

Shirley, 191S. 211 pages. 2.75 

Stow, 1011. 270 panes. 3.50 

Sturbridgc, 1906. 393 pages. 5.00 

Sudbury, 1903. 332 pages. 4.25 

Tisbury, 1910. 244 pages. 3.25 

Tyringham, 1008. 108 pages. 1.50 

Wal pole, 1002. 21G pages. 2.75 

Waltham, 1904. 298 pages. 3.75 

Washington, 1904. 57 pages. .75 

Wayland, 1910. 1 GO pages. 2.25 

W. Hridgewater, 1911. 222 pages. 3.00 

W. Stockbridge, 1907. 115 pages. 1.50 

Wcstport, 1018. 290 pages. 3.75 
Weymouth, 1910. 2 vols., 735 pages. 9.25 

Williamstown, 1907. 173 pages. 2.25 

Windsor, 1917. 153 pages. 2.00 

Worthington, 1911. 159 pages. 2.00 
Published by Thomas W. Baldwin:* 

Boxborough, 1915. 78 pages. $1.25 

Burlington, 1915. 100 pages. 1.25 
Cambridge, 1914 and 1915. 2 vols., 

1742 pages. 20.00 

Chelsea, 1916. 558 pages. 7.00 

Cohasset, 1916. 237 pages. 3.25 

Framingham, 1911. 474 pages. 6.00 

Hull, 1911. 75 pages. 1.25 

Natick, 1910. 249 pages. 3.25 

Northbridge, 1916. 202 pages. 3.00 

Reading, 1912. 586 pages. 7.00 

Sherborn, 1911. 229 pages. 3.00 

Uxbridge, 1916. 420 pages. 5.50 

Wakefield, 1912. 341 pages. 4.50 
Wrentham, 1910. Vol. 1 (Births) 

only, 237 pages. 3.00 

Published by the Tops field Hist. Society* 

Amesbury, 1913. 600 pages. $6.25 
Andovcr, 1912. 2 vols., 966 pages. 10.00 

Beverly, 1906 and 1907. 2 vols., 

1027 pages. 10.75 

Boxford, 1905. 274 pages. 3.00 

Bradford, 1907. 373 pages. 4.00 

Haverhill, 1910 and 1911. 2 vols., 

827 pages. 8.75 

Methuen, 1909. 345 pages. 3.75 

Middleton, 1904. 143 pages. 1.60 

Salisbury, 1915. 636 pages. 7.50 

Topsfield (to 1900), 1903 and 1916. 

2 vols., 509 pages. 5.50 

* Only a limited number of the books of these 
publishers are available; some are entirely out of 
print. 

BIOGRAPHIES 

Memorial Biographies of Deceased 
Members of the New England Historic 



Genealogical Society, Vols. 1-9, con- 
taining memoirs of members who died 
previous to lV.rt). This mifli of volumes 
is replete with historic and biographic lore, 
of constantly increasing value — great 
pains having been taken to make the 
memoirs complete and accurate. Only a 
small edition is printed. Vols. 1-3, $3.00 
each; vols. 4 ana 5, $2.00 each; vols. 6-9, 
$1.00 each. Complete set, $15.00. 

Davidson. Reminiscences of John Da- 
vidson, a Maine pioneer. Johnson. 1916. 
16 pages. $0.75 

Ensign. Memoir of Charles Sidney En- 
sign, LL.B. Ensign. 1918. 10 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Gay. Memoir of Frederick Lewis Gay, 
A.B. Edmonds. 1917. 9 pages, with 
portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Sanborn. Memoir of Franklin Benja- 
min Sanborn, A.B. Sanborn. 1917. 7 
pages, with portrait and autograph. $0 . 50 

Standish. Graves of Myles Standish. 
Huiginn. 1914. 218 pages. Cloth. $1.50 

Tucker. Life of Commodore Samuel 
Tucker. Shepard. 1S68. 384 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Waters. Memoir of Henry FitzGilbert 
Waters, A.M. Hosmer. 1914. 17 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

GENEALOGIES 

Ainsworth. Ainsworth families in Amer- 
ica. Parker. 1S94. 212 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Andrews. John* Andrews of Ipswich, 
Mass., and Norwich, Conn., and some 
of his descendants. Goodell. 1916. 
30 pages. $1.50 

Bacon. Michael Bacon of Dedham, 1640, 
and his descendants. Baldwin. 1915. 
420 pages. Illus. Folding geneal. 
tab. Cloth. $8.00 

Batchelder. Batchelder, Batcheller gene- 
alogy. Descendants of Rev. Stephen 
Bacniler of New Hampton, N. H., and 
Joseph, Henry, Joshua, and John 
Batcheller of Essex Co., Mass. Pierce. 
1898. 623 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Bates. Genealogy of the descendants of 
Edward Bates of Weymouth, Mass. 
Bates. 143 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Belcher. The Belcher families in New Eng- 
land. Bartlett. 1906. 32 pages, $1.50 

Belknap. The English ancestry of Abra- 
ham Belknap. Belknap. 1914. 20 
pages. $0 . 75 

Benton. Caleb Benton and Sarah Bishop, 
their ancestors and their descend- 
ants. Benton. 1906. 92 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 



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PUBLICATIONS FOR SALE 

By the Treasurer of the N. E. Historic Genealogical Society 

9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 



Blake. Increase Blake of Boston, his an- 
cestors and descendants. Blake. 1898. 
147 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Brooks. The Brooks family of Woburn, 
Mass. Cutter and Loring. 1904. 
20 pages. $1.00 

Cotton. The Cotton family of Ports- 
mouth, N. EL Cotton. 1905. 26 
pages. $1.25 

Curtis. The family of Henry Curtis of 
Sudbury, Mass. Woods. 1907. 10 
pages. $0 . 50 

Cushman. Genealogy of the descendants 
of Robert Cushman, the Puritan. 
Cushman. 1855. 6G5 pages. Hall 
mor. $10.00 

Cutter. Supplement to the history of the 
Cutter family of New England. Cutter. 
1875. 07 pages. $1.50 

Dam. Some descendants of Deacon John 
Dam of Dover, N. IL, 1633. Scales. 
1911. 14 pages. $0.75 

Darby-Derby. John Darby of Marblehead, 
Mass., and his descendants. Five gen- 
erations. Derby. 7 pages. $0.50 

Davis. Dolor Davis. A sketch of his 
life with a record of his earlier de- 
scendants. With supplement. Davis. 
1881. 46 pages. $3.00 

Do Blois. De Blois family of Boston. 
Eaton. 1913. 15 pages. $0.75 

Dewing. Descendants of Andrew Dewing 
of Dedham, Mass. Dewing. 1904. 
165 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dodge. The descendants of Tristram 
Dodge. Woodward. 1904. 233 
pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dows (Dowse). The Dows or Dowse 
family in America. Dows. 1890. 
348 pages. Cloth. $5 . 00 

Eames. Robert Eames of Woburn, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Loring. 
1908. 17 pages. $0.75 

Eastman. History and genealogy of 
Deacon Joseph Eastman of Hadley, 
Mass. Eastman. 1908. 262 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Felton. A genealogical history of the 
Felton family: descendants of Lieut. 
Nathaniel Felton of Salem. Felton. 
1886. 260 pages. $3.00 

Field. Record of the Field family in 
America prior to 1700. Emigrant 
ancestors in Mass., R. I., N. Y., N. J , 
N. II., and Va. Descendants of the 
English branch whose ancestor WM 
from Alsace-Lorraine. Pierce. Vol. 2, 
1901. 1196 pages. Cloth. $15.00 

Finney. The Finney family of Bristol, 
R.I. Clark. 1906. 13 pages. $0.75 



Floyd. The Floyd family of Rumney 
Marsh, Mass. Floyd. 1909. 15 
pages. $0.75 

Foster. Record of the posterity of Reg- 
inald Foster, an early inhabitant of 
Ipswich, Mass. Pierce. 1899. 1081 
pages. Cloth. $10 00 

Gage. Some descendants of John Gage 
of Ipswich, Mass. Gage. 1908. 
12 pages. $0.75 

Gerrish. The Gerrish family of Boston 
(Family of Capt. John Gerrish). 
Eaton. 1913. 11 pages. $0.75 

Getchell. The family of Samuel Getchell 
of Salisbury, Mass. Getchell. 1909. 

10 pages. $0.50 
Gillson or Jillson. Genealogy of the 

Gillson and Jillson family. Jillson. 
1876. 266 pages. Cloth. $2.50 

Grosvenor. The English Home and An- 
cestry of John Grosvenor of Roxbury, 
Mass. Kent. 1918. 13 pages. 

$1.00 

Hale. The Hale family of Connecticut. 
Morris. 1907. 13 pages. $0.75 

Harris. Robert Harris and his descend- 
ants, with notices of the Morey and 
Metcalf families. Harris. 1861. 56 
pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Harrison. Five generations of Connecti- 
cut Harrisons. Corbin. 1916. 20 
pages. $1.00 

Haynes and Noyes. Descendants of 
Walter Haynes and Peter Noyea 
of Sudbury, Mass. Newell. 1S93. 
5 pages. $0 . 50 

Hill. John Hill of Dorchester, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1904. 22 pages. $1.00 

Hills. Ancestry and descendants of Wil- 
liam Hills, emigrant in 1632, and of 
Joseph Hills, emigrant in 1638. Hills. 
148 pages. $3.00 

Holmes. The descendants of George 
Holmes of Roxbury, Mass., and John 
Holmes of Woodstock, Conn. Gray. 
432 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Huckins. Huckins family: Robert Huckins 
of the Dover Combination and some 
of his descendants. Hardon. 1916. 

11 -f 192 pages. Cloth. $6.50 
Huntoon. Philip Hunton and his de- 
scendants. Huntoon. 1881. 113 
pages. $1.00 

Jones. Hugh Jones of Salem, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1908. 33 pages. $1.50 

Kimber. Descendants of Richard lumber 
of Grove, near Wantage, Berkshire, 
Eng. Kiniber. 1SQ4. 76 pages. $2.00 



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9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 



Lakin. The Lakin family of Groton, Mass. 
Manning. 1909. 11 pages. 10.75 

Lawrence. Historical sketches of some 
members of the Lawrence family. 
Lawrence. 1888. 215 pages. Cloth. 

S3. 50 

Lay. The descendants of Robert I^ay of 
Saybrook, Conn. Hill. 1908. 13 
pages. $0.75 

Levet. Thomas Lcvct of Exeter and 
Hampton, N. H., with notes on the 
English and American families of 
Levett and Lcavitt. Sanborn. 1913. 

21 pages. $1.00 
Lillibridge. Thomas Lillibridge of New- 
port, R. I., and his descendants. 
Eno. 1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Livermore. The Livermore family of 
America. Thwing. 1902. 479 pages. 
Cloth. $5.00 

Luddington. William Luddington of Mai- 
den, Mass., and East Haven, Conn., 
and his descendants. Shepard. 1904. 
13 pages. $0.75 

Manning and Whitfield. Notes on the 
Manning family of co. Kent, Eng., 
with additional notes on the Waters, 
Proctor, and Whitfield families. Wa- 
ters. 1897. 35 pages. $1.00 

Moore. Some descendants of John 
Moore of Sudbury. Bolton. 1904. 

22 pages. $1.00 
Oak. Family register of Nathaniel Oak 

of Marlborough, Mass. Oak. 1906. 
84 pages. $1.00 

Page. Table showing ancestors and de- 
scendants of Nathaniel Page (1742- 
1819) of Bedford, Mass. Chart. 
1899. $1.00 

Palmer. Some descendants of William 
Palmer of Watertown, Mass., and 
Hampton, N. H. Palmer. 1914. 
4 pages. $0.50 

Parish. John Parish of Groton, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Parish. 
1909. 12 pages. $0.75 

Partridge. William Partridge of Med- 
field, Mass., and his descendants. 
Partridge. 1909. 8 page* . $0.50 

Patten. Patten Genealogy: William Pat- 
ten of Cambridge, 1035, and his de- 
scendants. Baldwin. 1908. 290 pages. 
Fcsm. Cloth. $5.50 

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